Published on : Saturday, July 15, 2017
The flight from London would be departing around 09.30 from Heathrow Terminal 3 and the return flight is scheduled to depart Tokyo around 02.45.
The Japan Airlines senior Vice President, Yoshitaka Ihokibe told the media that Japan Airlines is glad to declare the addition of its second flight on the route of London-Tokyo. This would not only offer a much greater choice and seat availability to travellers based on London but it would also make it easier for customers travelling from different places in the UK and Europe with an alternative option while travelling to and from Japan.
He had added that they anticipate that the demand for Japan travel would continue to grow and they are determined to meet this increasing demand with the most superior standards of safety.
He said that JAL would make the best efforts to ensure that they achieve their goal of emerging as the most preferred airline of the world.