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Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Official JAL Press Release: List of domestic route changes/suspensions

(Update: Official press release is up on JAL website)

The previous post is getting too long. I am starting a new one for the domestic list. Below are the changes on Japan Airlines (JAL) domestic network according to the official press release.

Suspensions


Nagoya Chubu (NGO)
Sendai (SDJ) [2 daily]: suspend from October 1 2010 (JEX)
Aomori (AOJ) [2 daily]: suspend from October 31 2010 (JAL/J-AIR)
Kagoshima (KOJ) [3 daily]: suspend from October 31 2010 (JEX)
Komaki (NKM) - withdrawal from NKM from March 27 2011
Tokachi-Obihiro (OBO) [1 daily]: suspend from October 31 2010 (JAL/J-AIR)
Yamagata (GAJ) [1 daily]: suspend from October 31 2010 (JAL/J-AIR)
Fukuoka (FUK) [5 daily]: suspend from October 31 2010 (JAL/J-AIR)
Nagasaki (NGS) [1 daily]: suspend from October 31 2010 (JAL/J-AIR)
Akita (AXT) [2 daily]: suspend from March 1 2011 (JAL/J-AIR)
Matsuyama (MYJ) [2 daily]: suspend from March 1 2011 (JAL/J-AIR)
Niigata (KIJ) [2 daily]: suspend from March 27 2011 (JAL/J-AIR)
Kochi (KCZ) [2 daily]: suspend from March 27 2011 (JAL/J-AIR)
Kumamoto (KMJ) [3 daily]: suspend from March 27 2011 (JAL/J-AIR)

Osaka Kansai (KIX)
Fukuoka (FUK) [2 daily]: suspend from October 31 2010 (JAL/J-AIR)

Osaka Itami (ITM)
Misawa (MSJ) [1 daily]: suspend from October 31 2010 (JAL/J-AIR)
Matsuyama (MYJ) [5 daily]: suspend from October 31 2010 (JAC)
Hiroshima-Nishi (HIW) withdrawal from October 31 2010
Miyazaki (KMI) [1 daily]: suspend from October 31 2010 (JAC)
Kagoshima (KOJ) [3 daily]: suspend from October 31 2010 (JAC)

Kagoshima (KOJ)
Okayama (OKJ) [2 daily]: suspend from October 31 2010 (JAC)
Takamatsu (TAK) [1 daily]: suspend from October 31 2010 (JAC)
Naha Okinawa (OKA) [1 daily]: suspend from October 31 2010 (JTA)

Sapporo New Chitose (CTS)
Yamagata (GAJ) [1 daily]: suspend from October 31 2010 (JAL/J-AIR)
Izumo (IZO) [1 daily seasonal July-Aug]: suspend from March 27 2011 (JAL/J-AIR)
Tokushima (TKS) [1 daily seasonal July-Aug]: suspend from March 27 2011 (JAL/J-AIR)

HAC will be excluded from JAL Group as JAL plans to reduce stake held, resulting JAL's withdrawal from OKD. Routes affected are
Chitose (CTS) - Kushiro (KUH) [6 daily]
Chitose (CTS) - Hakodate (HKD) [1 daily, seasonal Dec-March]
Sapporo Okadama (OKD) - Hakodate (HKD) [3 daily], withdrawal from OKD
Sapporo Okadama (OKD) - Kushiro (KUH) [1 daily], withdrawal from OKD
Hakodate (HKD) - Asahikawa (AKJ) [1 daily]
Hakodate (HKD) - Kushiro (KUH) [1 daily]
Hakodate (HKD) - Okushiri (OIR) [1 daily], withdrawal from OIR

Frequency Reduction from October 1 2010

Kansai (KIX) - Fukuoka (FUK): 2 daily => 1 daily (JAL/J-AIR), suspend from October 31 2010
Kansai (KIX) - Chitose (CTS): 5 daily => 3 daily (JAL/J-AIR)
Kansai (KIX) - Naha Okinawa (OKA): 5 daily => 4 daily (JAL/J-AIR)
Sapporo (CTS) - Memanbetsu (MMB): 4 daily => 3 daily (JAL/J-AIR/HAC)
Sapporo (CTS) - Aomori (AOJ): 2 daily => 1 daily (JAL/J-AIR); 2 daily from October 31 2010
Chubu (NGO) - Chitose (CTS): 6 daily => 4 daily (JAL/J-AIR)
Chubu (NGO) - Kagoshima (KOJ): 3 daily => 1 daily (JEX), suspend from October 31 2010
Komaki (NKM) - Akita (AXT): 2 daily => 1 daily (JAL/J-AIR), 2 daily from October 31 2010; suspend from March 1 2011
Komaki (NKM) - Matsuyama (MYJ): 2 daily => 1 daily (JAL/J-AIR), 2 daily from October 31 2010; suspend from March 1 2011
Komaki (NKM) - Fukuoka (FUK): 5 daily => 4 daily (JAL/J-AIR), suspend from October 31 2010
Komaki (NKM) - Kumamoto (KMJ): 3 daily => 2 daily (JAL/J-AIR), 3 daily from October 31 2010; suspend from March 27 2011
Fukuoka (FUK) - Naha Okinawa (OKA): 6 daily => 5 daily (JAL/J-AIR)
Fukuoka (FUK) - Sendai (SDJ): 3 daily => 2 daily (JAL/J-AIR)

Further domestic network update of the second half of the fiscal year (from October 31 2010) will be announced by end of August.

Source: JAL Press Release (Japanese, English)

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