JAL Resumes Flights to Dallas After 14 Years

  • The fully-flat beds in the Dreamliner's business class.

    The fully-flat beds in the Dreamliner's business class.

  • A Sky Suite aboard the aircraft.

    A Sky Suite aboard the aircraft.

  • A Japan Airlines 787 Dreamliner.

    A Japan Airlines 787 Dreamliner.

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After more than 14 years of suspension, JAL is resuming services between Tokyo’s Narita International Airport and Dallas/Forth Worth from November 30. The flight—operated by a Boeing 787-8 featuring 38 of JAL’s luxe Sky Suites—will run four times weekly. In addition, JAL’s code will be put on fellow Oneworld member American Airlines’ existing double daily flights between the cities.

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