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About Japan Airlines

Japan Airlines came into being in the year 1989. . It is the national carrier of the country and also happens to be the second largest operating airline only behind Nippon Airways. The office headquarters are in Shinagawa, Tokyo. Its main hubs are Tokyo International Airport (Haneda Airport and Tokyo's Narita International Airport). The secondary hubs are Osaka International Airport and Osaka's Kansai International Airport.

Japan Airlines is a part of the OneWorld Alliance along with J-Air, JAL Express, and Japan Transocean Air. Flyers can collect miles and points by flying on either of these airways.

The top sectors that Japan Airlines Airlines flies on a daily basis include Tokyo to Okinawa, Tokyo to Osaka, Okinawa to Tokyo and Tokyo to Fukuoka. On these routes, it operates a total of 378, 290, 277 and 270 weekly flights respectively. Search Flights

Japan Airlines Destinations

Japan Airlines flies to a total of 33 international destinations. These destinations are in various pockets of the world and include places in Asia, the Americas and Europe. The airline also flies to about 59 domestic destinations within the country of Japan.

The airlines has a code sharing agreement in place with over 20 international airlines. These airlines are a mix of companies who are a part of the OneWorld Alliance and a few which are not a part of the alliance.

Japan Airlines Fleet and Network

The current fleet of the Japan Airlines has a total of 160 aircraft that are properly functioning and flying. They comprise 50 Boeing 737-800s, six Boeing 767-300s, 32 Boeing 767-300ERs, 11 Boeing 777-200s, 11 Boeing 777-200ERs, four Boeing 777-300s, 13 Boeing 777-300ERs, 25 Boeing 787-8s and eight Boeing 787-9s.

They have made orders for about 43 more aircraft that will be added to their fleet over the next few years.