After a fourteen year hiatus, Japan Airlines (JAL) will be returning to Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport. In addition to oneworld alliance partner American Airlines’ two daily flights to Tokyo, JAL will now add four flights per week to Tokyo Narita International Airport beginning November 30, 2015.
Nonstop service between Tokyo (Narita) and DFW features JAL’s new “SKY SUITE 787” aircraft, which has the world’s largest cabin space in Economy Class. Premium Economy Class features an increased seat pitch, and Business Class features your own private space with a seat that reclines into a fully flat bed.
The introduction of this route, which brings the current number of JAL and American Airlines’ partnered flights networking between Japan and North America to fourteen, comes on the fifth anniversary of JAL’s partnership with American Airlines, and offers a manifold increase in convenience for travelers. Now you can enjoy easier coordination of your US-Japan schedules as well as more connections to South and Central America. Same-day transit to countries including Mexico, Brazil and Peru will also be much smoother because baggage will be checked through to the second flight.
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Congratulations, JAL! I used to fly the DFW-Narita route (and on to Brisbane or Sydney) quite often right before it was suspended... Very convenient & I really enjoyed the excellent service JAL provides. All the best on your reinstatement of the route!
Well this is really cool. NOw if we ever get to go to Japan we can fly from Kansas to Dallas to Tokyo! Congrats JAL, Hopefully we will be able to one day experience your New Sky Suite 787 aircraft. we would love to fly just one time in Business Class to see what its like. I have flown only once in a plane and my daughter who is 19 has never been in a plane. *dreams*