Airline News: Japan Airlines, British Airways, Qantas, and More

New summer menu for Japan Airlines’ Paris flights, British Airways to launch new flights to Marrakech, and more.

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Japan Airlines’ Paris flights to get a new menu

From June 1, first and business-class passengers aboard Japan Airlines’ flights from Paris to Japan will be able to enjoy a new summer menu. Developed by chef Ryuji Teshima of Michelin-starred Restaurant Pages, the menu will feature exquisite dishes like croque madame with truffle, imperial caviar from Sologne, cod fish with shio koji (Japanese seasoning), and more. Passengers will be able to savor the new dishes when traveling on flight JL046 from Paris to Tokyo Haneda until August.

More information here.

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British Airways to launch new flights to Marrakech, Morocco

Starting October 28, British Airways will begin new flights from London Heathrow Terminal 5 to Marrakech. Served by the airline’s Airbus A320, the four times weekly service will depart on Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays — an addition to the eight times weekly Gatwick to Marrakech flights.

More information here.

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Qantas and Air France to offer new codeshare connections

Travelers can expect new connections between Europe and Australia starting July 20, thanks to codesharing between Qantas and Air France on flights operated by both carriers through Hong Kong and Singapore. The majority of the codesharing will see Air France placing its code on Qantas flights, between Hong Kong and Sydney, Melbourne, and Brisbane, as well as between Singapore and Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, and Perth. On the other hand, Qantas will place its code on Air France’s flights between Paris-Charles de Gaulle, and Singapore and Hong Kong.

More information here and here.

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