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JAL Is Testing Flight Subscriptions Again With the Help of a Japanese Startup

Between August and November 2021, Japan Airlines (JAL) began a three-month promotion, making non-refundable flight tickets available in a discounted wholesale deal to travelers booking trips.  On June 22, the promotion returned, with some small changes. Up to 1,000 customers will be able to buy flight subscriptions, giving them access to tickets on up to 143…

Startups

Japan Airlines Gave This Startup Travel Subscription Service a Lift

Japanese startup Kabuk Style has thousands of travelers booking hotels and guesthouses via subscription. A recent promotion with the airline JAL boosted the company's profile.

Japan Airlines Gave This Startup Travel Subscription Service a Lift

Airlines

Japan Airlines and ANA Cancel All European Flights

The repercussions of Russia's invasion are spreading further and further. This will be a huge blow for Japan's tourism industry as well as various cargo operations.

Japan Airlines and ANA Cancel All European Flights

Airline Weekly

AT&T, Verizon Delay 5G Rollout as Global Airlines Suspend U.S. Flights

Crisis averted — for now — with AT&T and Verizon agreeing to delay launching their controversial, planned 5G wireless networks. Without the delay, airlines warned of massive delays at most of the largest airports in the U.S.

AT&T, Verizon Delay 5G Rollout as Global Airlines Suspend U.S. Flights

Airlines

The Curious Case of Japan’s New Low-Cost, Long-Haul Carrier

Japan Airlines is certain its low-cost, long-haul carrier will excel. That’s hard to say, as details are still so sketchy. But the project is intriguing and holds the promise of something fresh in the air. So it’s worth waiting a little while longer for the final reveal.

The Curious Case of Japan’s New Low-Cost, Long-Haul Carrier

Airlines

Japan Airlines Regains Its Appetite for More Overseas Routes

JAL’s restructuring in 2010 let rival ANA overtake it as Japan's largest airline by revenue. Yet the carrier has revived enough to mull fresh routes to India and the Americas. Watch out, ANA.

Japan Airlines Regains Its Appetite for More Overseas Routes

Airlines

New Agreement Makes Tokyo-Bound Flights Better for U.S. Passengers

Sensible flights to an airport near Tokyo will likely have a bigger impact on business travel than people would assume.

New Agreement Makes Tokyo-Bound Flights Better for U.S. Passengers

Airlines

The Best Global Airlines for On-Time Performance for January 2015

This is encouraging news for Asia-Pacific carriers but plenty still rank towards the bottom of the overall list with enormous average delay times. We're looking at you, Emirates.

The Best Global Airlines for On-Time Performance for January 2015

Airlines

Japan Airlines to Lower Fuel Surcharges, Matching Lower Fuel Prices

Fares may ultimately be lower in 2015, but most airlines will want to use this oil savings to cover deficits in their balance sheet for as long as they can get away with it.

Japan Airlines to Lower Fuel Surcharges, Matching Lower Fuel Prices

Airlines

JetBlue Announces Expanded Partnership with JAL on U.S. Domestic Routes

Look for more airlines to turn to codeshares with JetBlue as they seek alternatives to the American Airlines behemoth.

JetBlue Announces Expanded Partnership with JAL on U.S. Domestic Routes