Japan Airlines in 2014

This airline did seriously shrink during the past years. Once it was 4 times the size of ANA. Today they are equals.

Once the largest operator the 747, today not a single one left in the fleet, with only 13 B777-300ER replacing them and a fleet of only 11 B77-200ER.

Still flying 30 B767-300ER

17 767-300

15 777-200

7 777-300 (with 500 seats)

For the Narrowbodies, JAL is limited to 50 Boeing 737-800.

For the future they do already fly 18 Boeing 787-8 Dreamliners, with 7 extra on order and also 20 Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners on order.

Tokyo-Paris (9.710 km) with 787-8









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