JAL W18 International service changes as of 10SEP18

Japan Airlines in recent days gradually filed planned changes for International operation, effective 28OCT18 – 30MAR19. Planned changes, including selected changes not announced by the airline, as follow.

Nagoya Chubu – Honolulu eff 06JAN19 787-9 replaces 777-200ER
Tokyo Haneda – Taipei Song Shan eff 26DEC18 JL097/098 777-200ER replaces 787-8
Tokyo Narita – Bangkok 01FEB19 – 28FEB19 JL717/718 787-9 replaces -8
Tokyo Narita – Beijing eff 31JAN19 767-300ER replaces 737-800
Tokyo Narita – Busan 737-800 replaced by 767-300ER on following flights:
eff 01FEB19 JL969/960
eff 02FEB19 JL957/958

Tokyo Narita – Dalian eff 28OCT18 787-8 (206-seater) replaces -9
Tokyo Narita – Hong Kong 787-8 replaced by following aircraft:
01DEC18 – 31JAN19 767-300ER
01FEB19 – 28FEB19 777-200ER

Tokyo Narita – Honolulu Operational aircraft changes
01DEC18 – 05JAN19 JL786/785 787-9 replaces 767-300ER
28DEC18 – 05JAN19 JL782/789 777-300ER replaces 787-9

Tokyo Narita – Jakarta eff 01MAR19 JL729/720 787-9 replaces -8
Tokyo Narita – Manila eff 01FEB19 JL745/746 787-8 replaces 767-300ER
Tokyo Narita – Sydney
787-8 replaces -9 during following period: 28OCT18 – 30NOV18, 01MAR19 – 30MAR19
Tokyo Narita – Taipei Taoyuan eff 01JAN19 JL809/802 787-8 replaces 767-300ER

Previously reported, the airline’s new 2-class 777-200ER (J26Y286) set to operate following flights:
Tokyo Haneda – Bangkok eff 28JAN19 JL033/032
Tokyo Haneda – Shanghai Hongqiao eff 02JAN19 JL081/082
Tokyo Haneda – Taipei Song Shan eff 21MAR19 JL099/096


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