JAL Plans 2020 Capacity Boost Using Current Fleet

Credit: Rob Finlayson
SEOUL—Japan Airlines (JAL) intends to rely on boosting utilization of its current fleet to increase capacity and meet an expected demand surge in 2020, although its planned long-haul LCC startup will also help. While exact targets are yet to be confirmed, JAL could potentially increase its...

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