JAL Anounces Changes to Fall Domestic Schedule

By Jesse Sokolow on 20 August 2014
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A JAL plane at Haneda

A JAL plane at Haneda

Japan Airlines announced it will make multiple changes to the frequency on various domestic routes beginning this October.  The carrier will increase its service from Tokyo Haneda to both Izumo and Kumamoto, as well as decrease its service from Fukuoka to various destinations.

On October 26, the carrier will increase its service between Haneda and Izumo from five to six daily flights.  Also on that date, the airline will add one daily flight to its Haneda-Kumamoto service, bringing the total to nine daily flights.  The additional flights to both cities will be in effect through March 28, 2015.

Also on October 26, JAL plans decrease the number of flights on its service between Fukuoka four domestic destinations.  The carrier will change its service from three to two daily flights to Izumo, six to five daily flights to Matsuyama, 10 to nine daily flights to Miyazaki, and two to one daily flight to Anami-oshima.

Last month, Japan Airlines began offering in-flight Wi-Fi service on various domestic flights to and from Tokyo Haneda.

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