Japan Airlines in a nutshell

Japan Airlines

Japan's second-largest airline, JAL for short, is constantly competing for market share with rival All Nippon Airways (ANA). Japan Air Lines has its main bases at Haneda and Narita airports in Tokyo, and smaller bases at Kansai Airport in Osaka.

JAL's aircraft can be identified by the red crane bird on the indicator.

Japan Airlines
IATA code
Country of origin
25. 10. 1951

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