Japan Airlines is the national airline of Japan. It is part of the world’s third largest alliance, Oneworld. The company was founded in 1951 and today operates flights to 92 destinations. Planes with the Japan Airlines logo fly to Europe, North and South America, Oceania, Asia.
Many flights Japan Airlines operates in cooperation with other airlines. Such flights are called codeshare. Among the company’s partners are Air France, American Airlines, Thai Airways, Air New Zealand, Iberia.
Japan Airlines has 156 planes. The most popular model is the Boeing 737-800. Japan Airlines has 48 planes.
Examples of airline destinations: Sydney, Melbourne, Paris, Athens, Hamburg, Frankfurt, Madrid, Seoul, Zurich, Seattle, Bangkok.
Arrivals terminal at JFK
Flights operated by the company arrive at terminal 1. There are many more terminals where codeshare flights arrive. They are accepted by terminal 4,5,8.
Planes depart from the same terminals. However, be careful. The indicated terminals are just the terminals from which aircraft depart in the vast majority of cases. In some cases, they may change, so look for up-to-date information before traveling.ю
Before the flight, each passenger must go through a check-in. This is a check, upon completion of which you will receive a boarding pass that gives you access to the aircraft. Check-in is carried out at the terminal where your aircraft departs from.