JAL and ANA announce seasonal changes

22 Aug 2013 by Clement Huang

Japan Airlines (JAL) and All Nippon Airways (ANA) have announced revisions to their flight services for the remaining 2013 fiscal year (ending March 31, 2014).

The adjustments have been made to allow both airlines to meet the fluctuating demands of seasonal travel patterns.

Notable changes by both carriers include the introduction of the B787 Dreamliner on selected routes, new cabin products, and changes to flight frequencies.

JAL changes:

Flight frequency changes

International network changes

Boeing B787 will be introduced into the following routes:

Other aircraft type changes

*2 – Of 14 weekly round-trips, 10 will be operated by a B777-200ER, and four with a B787-8. Premium Economy will be provided on 777 flights. 

Cabin product changes

ANA changes:

Aircraft changes

Introduction of B787 Dreamliner 

Cabin product changes

ANA will be introducing its premium economy service on B787-8 aircraft flying long-haul international flights. It will carry a three-class configuration with 46 seats in business, 21 in premium economy, and 102 in economy. 

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Clement Huang

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