JAL To Boost International Fleet With 787s, Retire 767s

Credit: Airbus/H. Gousse
Japan Airlines (JAL) plans to increase its international fleet slightly in its fiscal year through March 31, while it expects to reduce the number of aircraft dedicated to domestic routes. The carrier is targeting a net gain of one aircraft in its international operation during that timeframe, after...

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