Japan Airlines will be the only airline in the world to provide hot spring experience for passengers. All eligible passengers on the late flight from Tokyo to London will receive this free service for a limited time between October 2017 and March 2018.
Today’s news digest incorporates features on Delta Air Lines, American Airlines, Norwegian, Etihad Airways, Japan Airlines, New Beijing Airport, Icelandair and PwC. Featured News… Read More »Aviation News Around The World – June 22, 2017
British Airways cancelled all flights to/from London Heathrow Airport (LHR) and London Gatwick Airport (LGW) today due to an IT system failure.
American Airlines will start Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) to Tokyo Haneda Airport (HND) flight in about two weeks (News – November 4, 2015). This insight will discuss how the Los Angeles to Tokyo market will change when commercial operation begins.
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Narita international Airport Terminal 3 was opened back in April 2015 (refer to our coverage here). The new terminal has the capacity to manage another 7.5 million passengers. The following insight will examine how the airport authority is using this terminal to court low cost carriers.
(First posted in the morning Eastern Standard Time and updated in the evening). Today’s trending aviation news comes courtesy of UK Government, Delta Air Lines, Japan Airlines (JL), Qantas Airways (QF), Boeing / Inmarsat and American Airlines (AA).
Tokyo Haneda International Airport
There is a battle brewing between American Airlines (IATA Airline Code – AA), Delta Air Lines (DL) and Hawaiian Airlines (HA) over the coveted right to operate a flight to Tokyo Haneda International Airport (IATA Airport Code – HND). Who will win this battle? We will examine the history of these slots and discuss key considerations over the next few days.
Japan has its own telecommunication protocol (e.g. distinct LTE bands) which can make it difficult for oversea passengers to use their mobile devices aboard.
Japan Airlines (IATA Airline Code – JL) in partnership with Wire and Wireless Co., Ltd announced that they will begin to offer free internet access to JL’s oversea travellers.