Japan Airlines has reduced approximately 96 per cent of its international flights through June 30, and made addition cuts to its May schedule.
The carrier will be flying to 13 locations in June. In North America, JAL will operate flights to Chicago, Los Angeles and Vancouver; in Southeast Asia, the carrier will fly to Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, Jakarta, Hanoi, and Manila; in East Asia, JAL will fly to Dalian, Hong Kong, Taipei, and Kaohsiung; in Europe the carrier will only fly to London.
A spokesperson from the airline sent Business Traveller Asia-Pacific the following details about the routes it will be flying:
Tokyo-Haneda-Chicago O`Hare (once per week – roundtrip service)
Tokyo-Haneda-Los Angeles (once per week – roundtrip service)
Tokyo-Narita-Vancouver (once per week – roundtrip service)
Tokyo-Haneda -Bangkok (one per week from Bangkok only)
Tokyo-Narita-Kuala Lumpur (twice per week – roundtrip service)
Between June 1 and 7, June 15 and 21, June 29 and 30, the flight departs Narita on Tuesdays and Saturdays, and departs Kuala Lumpur on Thursday and Sunday. Meanwhile, between June 8-14, and June 22-28, the flight departs Tokyo-Narita on Wednesdays and Saturdays, and departs Kuala Lumpur on Thursdays and Sundays.
Tokyo-Narita-Jakarta (once per week – roundtrip service)
Between June 1-21:
Between June 22-30
Tokyo-Narita-Hanoi (one per week from Hanoi only)
Tokyo-Narita-Dalian (one per week – roundtrip service)
Tokyo-Narita-Hong Kong (twice per week – roundtrip service)
Tokyo-Narita-Taipei (four times per week – roundtrip service)
Tokyo-Narita-Kaohsiung (one per week – roundtrip service)
Additional cuts in May
The carrier also announced additional cuts to its current May flight schedule. The airline has further cut its May services from 94 per cent to now 96 per cent.
JAL has cut capacity on its routes to London, Bangkok, Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh, Manila, Seoul Gimpo, and Kaohsiung.