JAL Express Integrates into JAL Operation from Oct 2014

JAL Express on 30SEP14 operated its last service, as operation is being integrated with parent JAL (Mainline). JAL Express was originally established to serve secondary markets from Osaka Itami, with low-cost structure, but this role has gradually evolved to operating for JAL Mainline.

Initially JAL Express operated following routes in Summer 1998, focused on Osaka Itami routes:
Osaka Itami – Kagoshima
Osaka Itami – Miyazaki

JAL Express Routes July – September 2014:
Nagoya Chubu – Kushiro
Nagoya Chubu – Obihiro
Osaka Itami – Amami-Oshima
Osaka Itami – Asahikawa
Osaka Itami – Kagoshima
Osaka Itami – Oki
Osaka Itami – Okinawa
Osaka Itami – Sapporo Chitose
Osaka Kansai – Sapporo Chitose
Sapporo Chitose – Fukuoka
Sapporo Chitose – Hiroshima
Sapporo Chitose – Izumo
Sapporo Chitose – Nagoya
Sapporo Chitose – Tokushima
Tokyo Haneda – Akita
Tokyo Haneda – Aomori
Tokyo Haneda – Fukuoka
Tokyo Haneda – Hiroshima
Tokyo Haneda – Izumo
Tokyo Haneda – Kagoshima
Tokyo Haneda – Kitakyushu
Tokyo Haneda – Kochi
Tokyo Haneda – Kumamoto
Tokyo Haneda – Kushiro
Tokyo Haneda – Matsuyama
Tokyo Haneda – Miyazaki
Tokyo Haneda – Nagasaki
Tokyo Haneda – Obihiro
Tokyo Haneda – Oita
Tokyo Haneda – Okayama
Tokyo Haneda – Osaka Itami
Tokyo Haneda – Osaka Kansai
Tokyo Haneda – Sapporo Chitose
Tokyo Haneda – Takamatsu
Tokyo Haneda – Yamaguchi-Ube
Tokyo Narita – Fukuoka
Tokyo Narita – Osaka Itami


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