The FINANCIAL — Japan Airlines (JAL) on August 31 announced revisions to its flight frequency plans on the international routes for fiscal year 2015 (ending March 31, 2016).
Starting October 25, 2015, JAL will be operating new day-time nonstop flights between Haneda and Shanghai (Pudong) and between Haneda and Guangzhou. Additionally, the airline will increase flight frequency on its Haneda = Beijing route from 7 weekly flights to 14 weekly flights, according to JAL.
Furthermore, JAL decided to further expand its codeshare cooperation with China Eastern Airlines (MU) and China Southern Airlines (CZ) respectively, on flights to and from Haneda Airport.
JAL will continue to embrace new challenges to enhance its networks, and improve the quality of the products and services aiming at delivering a more convenient and comfortable travel experience to customers.