Japan Airlines is the carrier for travel to Kansai, the new man-made island airport, as well as flights to Tokyo. There are daily non-stop flights to both airports.
JAL is one of the world's largest operators of B747 aircraft, and in addition to extensive international and East Asian route networks, JAL serves more than 20 Japanese domestic locations.
First, executive and economy class seats are offered on all flights ex-UK, and a recent enhancement to executive class are 50" pitch seats. First and executive class passengers from Europe to Tokyo or Kansai have the benefit of JAL's business programme featuring a choice of valet-style parking, limousine service, bus travel to/from Tokyo/Narita, Yen 5000 of free rail travel and a range of luxury hotel discounts.
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