Planned Final JAL Airbus A300 operation as of 06JAN11

As per 06JAN11 GDS timetable display, JAL is operating FINAL Airbus A300 (-600R) service on 26MAR11.

JAL inherited Airbus A300-600R aircraft from the JAL/JAS (Japan Air System) merger in 2002. In addition to Airbus A300-600R, JAL has already retired MD81 aircraft in September 2010 and is scheduled to operate Final Boeing 747 service on 28FEB11.

After the retirement of Airbus A300-600R, JAL Mainline fleet will be reduced to 5 aircraft types (from 8): Boeing 737-800, 767-300, 777-200, 777-300 and MD90.

Planned JAL Final A300-600R scheduled operational routes as follows.

Final Operation on 28FEB11
Tokyo Haneda – Aomori JL1205/1206
Tokyo Haneda – Izumo JL1663/1664, JL1669/1672
Tokyo Haneda – Kagoshima JL1871/1872
Tokyo Haneda – Kumamoto JL1813/1816
Tokyo Haneda – Oita JL1787/1790
Tokyo Haneda – Osaka Itami JL103/110
Tokyo Haneda – Sapporo Chitose JL521/520, JL541/546
Tokyo Haneda – Tokachi-Obihiro JL1151/1152, JL1155/1156, JL1157/1158

Final Operation on 26MAR11
Tokyo Haneda – Asahikawa JL1103/1100
Tokyo Haneda – Kagoshima JL1875/1878
Tokyo Haneda – Takamatsu JL1407/1408

operational pattern: Tokyo Haneda (JL1103) Asahikawa (JL1100) Tokyo Haneda (JL1407) Takamatsu (JL1408) Tokyo Haneda (JL1875) Kagoshima (JL1878) Tokyo Haneda

Above mentioned specific flights and discontinuing date are subject to change.

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