Planning to have a flight but incapable of deciding on the airline that will move you to your destination? Japan Airlines, which is the flag carrier airline of Japan and the second largest one in the country, has taken on the responsibility to interconnect the peoples all over the world. Its headquarters is based in Shinagawa, Tokyo; furthermore, its main hubs are Tokyo's Narita International Airport, and Tokyo International Airport (Haneda Airport), as well as Osaka's Kansai International Airport and Osaka International Airport. Japan Airlines was established in 1951 and became the national airline of Japan in 1953. In 2002, by merging with Japan Air System, Japan Airlines became the sixth largest airline in the world for the passengers carried. With over 220 destinations in 35 countries worldwide, Japan Airlines aims to bridge Japan and the world, deliver unparalleled service to customers, and enhance the world network of the airlift. The company has a fleet of 279 aircraft on which in 2009 it carried over 52 million passengers and over 1.1 million tons of cargo and mail.
By QuiC service which Japan Airlines offers, the passengers who have an e-ticket for an international flight can check in online and, then, the select seat from the seat map, or even change the pre-selected seat online from 24 hours to 1 hour before scheduled departure; therefore, they can print out the boarding pass. If the customer entered the required information such as passport number after ticket purchase, web check-in will be done automatically 24 hours prior to the departure time.
Yes, Japan Airlines allows web check-in.
Yes, Japan Airlines offers online seat selection at a nominal fee or free. It depends on your flight booking.
The total number of routes serviced by Japan Airlines is 226.
The airline code for Japan Airlines is JL.