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About Japan Airlines
With headquarters in Tokyo, Japan Airlines (JAL) and its subsidiaries transport 52 million passengers each year to 220 destinations across 35 countries. Founded in 1951, the air carrier maintains five subsidiaries, including J-Air, JAL Express and JALways. Combined, the air carriers make up the world's sixth largest airline.
Japan Airlines At The Airport
JAL services are flavored with gracious Japanese hospitality, as evidenced by the company's welcoming airport lounges. The signature Sakura Lounge is comfortable, peaceful and beautiful, offering passengers complimentary drinks, refreshments and a chance to relax and unwind. Internationally, the airline operates first class lounges and JAL lounges. All provide tranquil settings for passengers to refresh before, between and after flights with various amenities and luxury services.
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First class passengers delight in the range of food options aboard JAL. Full seasonal meals are available from Japanese menus and Western menus, and offer all of the fresh fare one expects from world-renowned chef Fumiko Kono. A la carte menu items are available at any time during the flight. Premium travelers also enjoy the airline's MAGIC in-flight entertainment system, complimentary cosmetic gift bags and pajamas.
JAL recently unveiled its new JAL Suite on its Tokyo to New York and London routes. The suites feature Tempur® bedding, Symphony pillows, privacy partitions and a 23-inch electronics screen. They will soon be available on flights from Tokyo to Paris, Chicago and Los Angeles as well.
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JAL also extends its attention to upgraded business class seats. The company recently announced it will install new full-flat seats on more international flights in a 1-2-1 configuration so that all passengers have access to the aisle. The new seats will be used on flights between Tokyo and Vancouver and select Southeast Asia and Hawaii flights.
In addition to newer, more plush seating, business class passengers delight in Japanese and Western menus of seasonal fare, and a choice of designer chocolates, Japanese cheeses and freshly steamed Minami-Uonuma rice.
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