JAL extends reduction of international and domestic capacity on select routes

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The JAL Group reduced capacity on a portion of its international routes in April and May this year, decreasing flight frequencies and changing fleet plans in order to secure profitability as travel de

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The JAL Group reduced capacity on a portion of its international routes in April and May this year, decreasing flight frequencies and changing fleet plans in order to secure profitability as travel demand declined following the Great East Japan Earthquake in March.

Today, JAL announced that it will extend the period of reduction of frequencies on eight international routes and will reduce those on seven domestic routes until near the end of June. A Boeing 767-300ER aircraft will also remain in use for flights JL3087 and JL3082 between Narita and Nagoya instead of the larger 777-300ER during this time. JAL will resume normal schedules of three daily flights to Honolulu and two daily to Shanghai from Tokyo (Narita) from next month, after temporarily suspending one daily flight on each route since April.

JAL will continue monitoring demand and make corresponding adjustments to capacity while maintaining its international network. JAL apologizes for any inconvenience caused and seeks the kind understanding and cooperation of customers affected by the changes.

International Flight Frequency Reduction

Route
Details
Date Effective
Flights Temporarily Suspended

Narita = Beijing
Decrease from 14 to 7 weekly flights
Jun 1 ~ 30, 2011
JL863 & JL864

Narita = Seoul (Incheon)
Decrease from 14 to 7 weekly flights
Jun 1 ~ 23, 2011
JL951 & JL954

Narita = Hong Kong
Decrease from 7 to 0 weekly flights
(Flights between Tokyo (Haneda) and Hong Kong will operate as scheduled)
From Narita: Jun 1 ~ 29, 2011
From Hong Kong: Jun 2 ~ 30, 2011
JL735 & JL736

Narita = Busan
Decrease from 14 to 7 weekly flights
From Narita: Jun 1 ~ 23, 2011
From Busan: Jun 2 ~ 24, 2011
JL969 & JL960

Haneda = Seoul (Gimpo)
Decrease from 21 to 14 weekly flights
From Haneda: Jun 1 ~ 23, 2011
From Gimpo: Jun 2 ~ 24, 2011
JL095 & JL090

Narita = Taipei (Taoyuan)
Decrease from 14 to 7 weekly flights
From Narita: Jun 1 ~ 23, 2011
From Taipei: Jun 2 ~ 24, 2011
JL809 & JL802

Kansai = Taipei (Taoyuan)
Decrease from 14 to 7 weekly flights
From Kansai: Jun 1 ~ 23, 2011
From Taipei: Jun 2 ~ 24, 2011
JL815 & JL814

Narita = Kaoh Siung
Decrease from 7 to 3 weekly flights
From Narita: Jun 1 ~ 23, 2011
From Kaoh Siung: Jun 2 ~ 24, 2011
JL811 on Mo, Tu, Th, Fr (In operation on
We, Sa, Su)

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

Domestic Flight Frequency Reduction

Route
Details
Flights Temporarily Suspended
Date Effective

Narita = Osaka (Kansai)
Decrease from 1 to 0 daily flights
JL3019
Jun 1 ~ 30, 2011

JL3010
Jun 2 ~ Jul 1, 2011

Haneda = Sapporo
Decrease from 16 to 15 daily flights
JL507
Jun 1 ~ 3, 5, 7 ~ 8, 2011

JL520
May 31 ~ Jun 2, 4, 6, 7, 2011

Haneda = Osaka (Itami)
Decrease from 15 to 14 daily flights
JL137
Jun 4 , 11, 18, 25, 2011

JL104
Jun 5, 12, 19, 26, 2011

Haneda = Fukuoka
Decrease from 18 to 17 daily flights
JL327
Jun 1 ~ 5, 7 ~ 25, 27 ~ 30

JL304
Jun 2 ~ 6, 8 ~ 26, 28 ~ Jul 1, 2011

Haneda = Kagoshima
Decrease from 8 to 7 daily flights
JL1867
Jun 1 ~ 30, 2011

JL1872
Jun 1 ~ 30, 2011

Aircraft Changes

Route
Aircraft Change
Date Effective
Remarks

Narita = Nagoya (Chubu)
*Domestic flight
777-300ER⇒767-300ER
From Narita: Jun 1 ~ 23, 2011
From Nagoya: Jun 2 ~ 24, 2011
Changes made to JL3087 & JL3082

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