Japan Airlines Announces Return of 787 Dreamliner

By Jesse Sokolow on 30 April 2013
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JAL Sakura Lounge, Haneda AIrport

JAL Sakura Lounge, Haneda AIrport

Japan Airlines announced that its Boeing 787 Dreamliners will return to service on June 1 of this year.  The aircraft will enter into service from both Tokyo Narita and Tokyo Haneda.

Beginning June 1, Japan Airlines will resume 787 Dreamliner service on its Tokyo Narita-Boston and Tokyo Narita-San Diego routes.  The airline will also resume flights between Tokyo Haneda and both Singapore and Beijing on this date.

On September 1, Japan Airlines will resume Dreamliner service on its Tokyo Narita-Moscow and Tokyo Haneda-San Francisco routes.  The airline will also resume Dreamliner service on December 1 and December 2 on its Narita-Sydney and Narita-Bangkok routes, respectively.

Beginning July 1, Japan Airlines will also resume service between Tokyo Narita and Helsinki with the 787 Dreamliner.  The route was suspended earlier this year.

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