Articles tagged “japan airlines”

Airlines

Asian Airlines’ Biofuel Needs Spur Shell to Mull Building Singapore Plant

Shell's biofuel plans may be one small step of so many needed for humankind.

Asian Airlines’ Biofuel Needs Spur Shell to Mull Building Singapore Plant

Airlines

Airlines’ Emissions Cuts Are Key to Their Corporate Travel Recovery: Report

We are still a long way away from corporate policies actively lowering carbon emissions by airlines or any other industries, but it is promising to see what role they could have.

Airlines’ Emissions Cuts Are Key to Their Corporate Travel Recovery: Report

Airline Weekly

Japan Airlines to Deploy $2.7 Billion to Expand Budget Carrier Operations

Japan Airlines to Deploy $2.7 Billion to Expand Budget Carrier Operations

Business Travel

Will New Business Class Fares Woo Back Corp Travelers?

After Emirates, now low-cost carrier Zipair is offering a "basic" business-class product. The concept sounds great, but convincing company travel buyers could be a challenge.

Will New Business Class Fares Woo Back Corp Travelers?

Coronavirus

Japan’s Airlines Keep Flying Largely Empty Domestic Flights Despite Plunge in Bookings

Without clear government directives on the functioning of transport infrastructure in the crisis, Japanese airlines face a tough choice during a tough time.

Japan’s Airlines Keep Flying Largely Empty Domestic Flights Despite Plunge in Bookings

Airlines

U.S. Grants Limited Nod to Hawaiian-Japan Airlines Partnership

This is half of a win. Hawaiian and Japan Airlines can sell each other’s flights, but can't coordinate prices and schedules. Yet other major U.S. carriers have antitrust immunity for partnerships with foreign carriers.

U.S. Grants Limited Nod to Hawaiian-Japan Airlines Partnership

Airlines

Japan Airlines Exploring Malaysia Airlines Investment

It sounds like talks are at a very early stage, and given Malaysia Airlines troubled history, we shouldn't necessarily expect a firm bid.

Japan Airlines Exploring Malaysia Airlines Investment

Airlines

Japan Airlines Is Going After AirAsia With Its New Low-Cost Service

Taking on an incumbent as experienced as AirAsia is going to be a tough gig for Japan Airlines but, with Asia being such a huge aviation growth market, there's probably room for more competition.

Japan Airlines Is Going After AirAsia With Its New Low-Cost Service

Airlines

Japan Airlines Finally Understands Why It May Need Its Own Low-Fare Carrier

Japan Airlines has realized it likely needs a low-fare carrier to compete. This is probably about a decade late. At this point, Asia is crowded with low-cost carriers.

Japan Airlines Finally Understands Why It May Need Its Own Low-Fare Carrier

Airlines

Interview: ANA CEO on His Star Wars Strategy and Why Sushi Doesn’t Fly

Other airlines serve sushi, but not ANA, Japan's largest carrier. Why? ANA takes its food seriously, and its chefs don't think sushi tastes right on planes, so it serves sashimi instead. That's attention to detail.

Interview: ANA CEO on His Star Wars Strategy and Why Sushi Doesn’t Fly