About Japanese Airlines
Japan Airlines, the official airline of Japan, was established in August 1951. Headquartered in Shinagawa, Tokyo, the company has offices at Narita International Airport and Tokyo International Airport. Kansai International Airport in Osaka City and Osaka International Airport also serve as the main hub for the airline. The company, which was fully privatized in 1987, merged with the company called Japan Air System, making it the third largest airline in Japan and the sixth largest in the world in terms of passenger capacity. Japan Airlines' fleet operates scheduled flights to 35 countries worldwide, with 167 aircraft from the Boeing family. Japan Airlines, J-Air, JAL Express and Japan Transocean Air are members of the Oneworld airline alliance network. You can find all the detailed information about Japanese Airlines, which carried more than 52 million passengers and more than 1.1 million tons of cargo and mail, according to 2009 data. You can inquire about Japanese Airlines flight tickets from Turna.com and make Japanese Airline reservations.
Destinations of Japan Airlines
Japan Airlines fleet flies to 220 destinations in 35 countries together with the airlines with which the company has a contract. These countries include the Americas, China, Brazil, Australia, Germany, India and Iceland. Some of the cities where flights are organized are Mumbai, Budapest, Rio de Janeiro, Sydney, London and Los Angeles.
Contracted Airlines with Japanese Airlines
Japan Airlines has codeshare agreements with 31 airlines, including the world's leading airlines such as Air France, American Airlines, JetBlue, Emirates and WestJet.
Online check-in can be done via the official website of Japanese Airlines 24 hours before the flight. Online check-in can also be easily completed via turna.com. If you are a member of the site, it is sufficient to click on the "Online Check-In" button for the ticket to be processed on the "My Tickets" page. If you do not have a membership, you can perform your transaction by clicking the "Reservation Control" link at the top of the home page and entering your PNR and surname information on the page that opens.
Baggage Allowance and Pricing
Japan Airlines allows its passengers to carry 1 piece of cabin baggage not exceeding 10 kg. The dimensions of the luggage should not exceed 55*40*25 cm. Baggage exceeding the limits will not be taken into the cabin. One personal item such as a laptop, shopping bag and handbag is allowed in addition to hand luggage. First and business class passengers are entitled to 3 pieces of baggage not exceeding 32 kg. Premium economy and economy class passengers are entitled to 2 pieces of cargo baggage not exceeding 223 kg. The length of the luggage must not exceed 203 cm. Baby carriages and seats are transported free of charge. Additional baggage charges vary by destination. Extra baggage fees on international flights (such as the Middle East, Europe and America) are set at $200 per baggage. An extra $100 is charged for weight between 23-32 kg, $600 for weight between 32-45 kg and $200 for luggage exceeding 203 cm in length. $400 for carrying pets on the same flights; $200 is paid to carry sports equipment.
Seat selection can be made online with the Japan Airlines reservation service. Seat selection can be made when purchasing a ticket from Japan Airlines, or it can be done on the company's website up to 72 hours before the flight. In order to be able to choose a seat, the passenger must be able to fulfill the necessary conditions.
Membership Cards (Miles Programs) Offered by Japan Airlines to its Customers
The airline has a loyalty program called “Fly on” and this program is designed to offer a privileged flight experience to regular passengers. Various statuses are gained with the miles accumulated throughout the flights. Membership classes; They are JGC Sapphire, Crystal, Sapphire, JGC Premier and Diamon. Except for Crystal, all memberships have rights such as variable extra baggage allowance, fast pass through security, premium seat selection and priority in boarding. All memberships earn variable extra miles on Iberia, British Airways and American Airlines.
Food and Beverage
The airline's menus, which have a wide range of catering and food menus, vary depending on the flights. While only drinks are served to economy class passengers, special menus are offered to first class besides alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks. Among these special menus are alternatives from Japanese cuisine. Sake, champagne, Japanese liqueur and special wines are among the alcoholic beverages offered to first class passengers. Passengers can also order food in advance. Japanese Airlines; special menu for allergic persons, vegetarian, gluten-free, lactose-free.
It offers options such as low-calorie and specially prepared menu for religious preferences. If a special menu is to be requested due to allergies, the airline must be notified 72 hours in advance. For other menus, this notification must be made 24 hours in advance.
Cabin General Features
Japanese Airlines prioritizes that passengers have a comfortable flight experience. It is possible to listen to music, read e-books or watch movies and TV series on special screens in all seats. Games such as solitaire, chess and tetris can also be played from the screens. There is also wi-fi service on international flights. In the first and business classes, it is possible to travel in reclining seats.