JAL W11 International Operation Changes as of 24OCT11

As per 24OCT11 GDS timetable and inventory display, JAL’s latest Winter 2011/12 International operational changes for scheduled flights as follows.

Note changes are minimal, however aircraft changes occur on selected routes during the month of November 2011.


Nagoya – Honolulu Following dates sees Boeing 777-200ER replaces 767-300ER (Previously the airline planned 777 service operates Daily between 30OCT11 and 04JAN12
30OCT11 – 03NOV11, 14NOV11 – 19NOV11, 22NOV11 – 29NOV11, 02DEC11 – 04DEC11, 07DEC11 – 15DEC11, 18DEC11 – 25DEC11, 28DEC11 – 04JAN12

Nagoya – Taipei Taoyuan
JL822 (from TPE) 06NOV11 – 18NOV11 Boeing 767-300ER replaces 737-800 on EVEN Days

Tokyo Haneda – Honolulu 08NOV11 – 14NOV11 Boeing 767-300ER replaces 777-200ER
Tokyo Haneda – Shanghai Hongqiao Boeing 777-200ER continues operation. This site in July 2011 reported that it was to be operated by 767-300ER, based on JAL inventory display at time of posting

Tokyo Narita – Honolulu Operation changes in Nov 2011
JL076/075 09NOV11 – 12NOV11 Boeing 777-200ER replaces 767-300ER
JL074/073 08NOV11 – 12NOV11 Service CANCELLED
JL072/071 09NOV11 – 14NOV11 Boeing 777-300ER replaces 767-300ER. First Class service offered with 777-300ER aircraft

Tokyo Narita – Taipei Taoyuan
JL805 (from NRT) 06NOV11 – 18NOV11 Boeing 767-300ER replaces 737-800 on EVEN Days

Previously mentioned changes:
Tokyo Narita – Delhi Increases from 4 to 5 weekly, Boeing 777-200ER operating
Tokyo Narita – Jakarta Boeing 777-300ER continues operation

Delivery of Boeing 787 aircraft during Winter 2011/12 season remains pending. As a result, Boeing 787 operational schedules/destination during this period is still not confirmed, including planned Singapore service, reported on this site in May 2011.

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