For its flight plans from February through April 2021, Japan Airlines (JAL) will be resuming flights to select US destinations by March and increase flights to London.
In an update released on December 17, the Tokyo-based carrier stated its operational plans for the three month period after January 2021. JAL plans to operate a reduced rate (reduced/scheduled) of 79% in February (21% operations) , followed by gradual increases in flights during the next two months. The rate will be lower at 74% in March (26% operations), and 72% in April (28% operations).
Flight Resumptions to US destinations
During March, JAL plans to resume flights between Tokyo-Haneda and San Francisco along with flights from Tokyo-Narita to both San Diego and Seattle. The three routes will resume on March 1 with each route operating thrice-weekly.
The Haneda-San Francisco route will be operated along with the four-times weekly Narita-San Francisco flights.
Flights To/From London-Heathrow
For flights to/from London-Heathrow, JAL will increase flights from Haneda to London operated as JL43/JL44 to daily starting March 5. It will operate five-times weekly through March 4.
JAL also will continue to operate the other Haneda-London flights – JL41/JL42 – with the outbound flights operating thrice-weekly and once-weekly on the return segment.
The airline will also run special one-way flights from London to both Nagoya and Osaka-Kansai. The London-Nagoya flights will operate every Friday while the flights to Kansai will run every Sunday.
During the months of February-April, JAL will also operate daily flights from Bangkok-Haneda (JL34).
The airline will also operate twice-weekly special section flights between Haneda and Delhi.