Japan Airlines Announces 2013 Schedule, Increases Focus on Haneda

By Jesse Sokolow on 22 January 2013
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JAL Boeing 737-800 taking off at Haneda

JAL Boeing 737-800 taking off at Haneda

Japan Airlines has announced changes in its domestic and international schedule for 2013.  Many of the changes capitalize on newly-allotted slots at Tokyo International Airport (Haneda).

JAL is adding a new daily, roundtrip flight between Haneda and Nagoya (Chubu) and is scheduling it so that passengers arriving on late-night international flights or departing on early international flights at Haneda can more easily make connections.  This includes flights from Haneda to Bangkok, Honolulu, Paris, San Francisco, and Singapore, and flights from Bangkok, Paris, and Singapore.

The airline is increasing the frequency of its Haneda-Sapporo and Haneda-Naha from 17 to 18 and 13 to 14 respectively in addition to increases in frequency on 16 other domestic routes.

JAL will also restart service on routes between Osaka (Itami) and three cities, Matsuyama, Hakodate, and Misawa with a total of five daily round-trip flights.


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