above: a JAL Boeing 777-200ER. These have 4 passenger doors on each side.
above: the 777-300ER have 5 passenger doors on each side. The 747 also has 5 passenger doors on the main floor.
The 777-200 and 777-300 have served
domestic routes in Japan. Even during the banckruptcy JAL has been
adding 777-300ER airliners.
Only the ER (Extender Range) versions are capable of true long haul flights to Europe and America.
It seems they have 24 of the ER 777s in their active fleet
of 46 777s with 7 extra 777-300ER on order early 2011
Of the 20 Boeing 777-300 in service in December 2010
, probably 7 are 777-300 and 13 are 777-300ER. Might be confusing as they have 7 extra 777-300ER on order.
Of the 26 Boeing 777-200in service in December 2010
, probably 15 are 777-200 and 11 are 777-200ER.
The non-ER 777 seem to do only domestic flights.
Some of the long haul destinations are also served by JALs Boeing
767-300 airliners: Singapore (2x daily), Kuala Lumpur (daily); ....
JAL Boeing 777-300 fleet: 7 airliners
As the number of availabe airliners with long range capabilities diminised, also some routes have been suspended in 2010.
The routes they suspended are Amsterdam (daily) - Milan (4x a week) and Rome (3x a week)
Brisbane in Australia.