JAL temporarily reduces international capacity

The JAL Group will reduce capacity on a portion of its international routes by decreasing flight frequency and switching to smaller aircraft between April 6 and April 27, 2011, to secure profitability

JAL temporarily reduces international capacity

The JAL Group will reduce capacity on a portion of its international routes by decreasing flight frequency and switching to smaller aircraft between April 6 and April 27, 2011, to secure profitability as travel demand decreases following the Tohoku Pacific Earthquake.

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JAL aims to swiftly react to various event risks that affect the industry. In response to the recent natural disaster in Japan, the airline will adjust capacity to meet the resulting changes in demand while maintaining its international network. JAL will reduce a total of 74 weekly flights on 11 international routes temporarily, and will downsize the aircraft used on two routes – Tokyo (Narita) and Guam, as well as Tokyo (Narita) and Nagoya (Chubu) during this period in April.

JAL apologizes for any inconvenience caused and seeks the kind understanding and cooperation of customers affected by the changes.

Flight Frequency Reduction

Route
Details
Date Effective
Flights Temporarily Suspended

Narita = Honolulu
Decrease from 21 to 14 weekly flights
April 6 ~ 24, 2011
JL076 & JL075

Narita = Beijing
Decrease from 14 to 7 weekly flights
April 6 ~ 27, 2011
JL863 & JL864

Narita = Shanghai
Decrease from 21 to 14 weekly flights
JL877 & JL874

Narita = Seoul (Incheon)
Decrease from 14 to 7 weekly flights
JL951 & JL950

Kansai = Seoul (Gimpo)
Decrease from 14 to 7 weekly flights
April 7 ~ 21, 2011
JL973 & JL972

Narita = Hong Kong
Decrease from 7 to 0 weekly flights
(Haneda = Hong Kong in operation)
Outbound Japan:
April 6 – 27, 2011

Inbound Japan:
April 7 – 28, 2011

JL735 & JL736

Narita = Pusan
Decrease from 14 to 7 weekly flights
JL969 & JL960

HanedaSeoul (Gimpo)
Decrease from 21 to 14 weekly flights
JL095 & JL090

Narita = Taipei (Taoyuan)
Decrease from 14 to 7 weekly flights
JL809 & JL802

Kansai = Taipei (Taoyuan)
Decrease from 14 to 7 weekly flights
JL815 & JL814

Narita = Kaoh Siung
Decrease from 7 to 3 weekly flights
JL811 on Mo, Tu, Th, Fr
(remains in operation on We, Sa, Su)

JL812 on Tu, We, Fr, Sa
(remains in operation on Mo, Th, Su)

Aircraft Changes

Route
Aircraft Change
Date Effective
Remarks

Narita = Guam
767-300ER⇒737-800
April 8 ~ 26, 2011
Changes made to JL941 & JL942

Narita = Nagoya (Chubu)
*Domestic flight
777-300ER⇒767-300ER
Departing Narita: April 6 – 27, 2011
Departing Nagoya: April 7 – 28, 2011
Changes made to JL3087 & JL3082

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