Japan Airlines

By Guy Norris
Guy Norris talks with CEO Tom Vice about the spinoff-turned-prime’s growth plans as its space defense business surges and its spaceplane prepares for flight.
Space Symposium

By Adrian Schofield
The carrier expects to confirm deals by the third quarter as order activity in Asia heats up.
Airlines & Lessors

By Graham Warwick
Our roundup of the main aerospace and defense stories making the news this week.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Adrian Schofield
Japan Airlines announced deals to significantly boost its Airbus A350 and Boeing 787 fleets and has selected the A321neo as the aircraft to replace its 767s.
Airlines & Lessors

By David Casey
March 2024 sees new route launches from the likes of Virgin Atlantic, Vistara, Hainan Airlines and Zipair Tokyo.
Airports & Networks

As ATW prepares to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Awards on May 31, we are recognizing each decade of winners.
ATW

By William Moore
This week’s analysis focuses on four Asia-Pacific full-service carriers: Cathay Pacific, China Eastern Airlines, Japan Airlines, and Singapore Airlines.
Airlines & Lessors

By Adrian Schofield
Airlines including Cebu Pacific, Malaysia Airlines, Thai Airways and Cathay Pacific are planning to place major orders.
Singapore Airshow

CAPA Staff
Most Asian air travel demand should catch up this year, but China is still lagging.
Airlines & Lessors

By Adrian Schofield
Mitsuko Tottori has been promoted to become Japan Airlines Group's first woman president.
Airlines & Lessors

By Graham Warwick
The Hawai’i Seaglider Initiative has been launched to advocate for the adoption of electric wing-in-ground-effect vehicles.
Advanced Air Mobility

By Graham Warwick
Our roundup of the main aerospace and defense stories making the news this week.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Sean Broderick, Chen Chuanren
Preliminary findings from the probe of a Japan Airlines/Japan Coast Guard runway collision trigger changes in communications protocol.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

By Chen Chuanren
Runway 16L/34R is the longest of four runways at Haneda and its closure has led to the cancellation of more than 1,200 flights since Jan. 2.
Airports & Networks

By Sean Broderick, Chen Chuanren
How ATC instructions were given and followed will be one of the key focus areas for investigators as they work to piece together the accident’s chain of events.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

By Jens Flottau
All 367 passengers and 12 crew members on board the A350 managed to escape the burning aircraft, but five of the six on board the Coast Guard aircraft died.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

By David Casey, Aaron Karp
The latest airline route news, featuring network changes, schedule alterations, codeshares and interline agreements.
Airports & Networks

By Adrian Schofield
Japan Airlines (JAL) has taken delivery of its first Airbus A350-1000, which the carrier intends to use on its Tokyo Haneda-New York JFK route.
Airlines & Lessors

By David Casey
Japan Airlines’ first Airbus A350-1000 flights will operate between Tokyo and New York.
Airports & Networks

By David Casey
The latest airline route news, featuring network changes, schedule alterations, codeshares and interline agreements.
Airports & Networks

By Graham Warwick
Our roundup of the main aerospace and defense stories making the news this week.
Aerospace

By Adrian Schofield
Inbound travel from overseas to Japan is booming, but outbound tourism is unlikely to fully recover until late 2024.
Airlines & Lessors

By Adrian Schofield
While Hawaii is a bright spot, Japan’s overall international demand recovery has been significantly behind many other Asian markets.
Airlines & Lessors

By Graham Warwick
Fan-in-wing high-speed VTOL; JAL eyes hydrogen-electric; China’s firefighting eVTOL; Wright hybrid-electric testbed; and Islander to fly 5G.
Emerging Technologies

By Graham Warwick
Japan Airlines is working with startups H2Fly, Universal Hydrogen and ZeroAvia to explore the retrofit of its regional aircraft with zero-emission powertrains.
Advanced Air Mobility