Air Transport World

Japan Airlines.(Brief Article)

Japan Airlines will transfer four 737-400s to its lower-cost subsidiary JAL Express, which will put them into service replacing JAL on local routes. In the international arena, JAL is transferring some beach market routes to JALways, formerly known as Japan Air Charter, which had been operating them on a wet-lease basis for JAL. …

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