JAL Outlines Medium-Term Fleet, Capacity Targets

Credit: Rob Finlayson
AUCKLAND—Japan Airlines (JAL) is planning relatively little fleet growth through its next two fiscal years, although the carrier plans to expand its capacity at a slightly faster rate. The airline will have a total fleet size of 231—excluding regional aircraft—by the end of JAL’s fiscal 2018 on Mar...

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