As part of its revisions to its international flight network, Japan Airlines (JAL) will be resuming flights to Moscow and increasing flights to Sydney, Manila, and Honolulu through May.

The Tokyo-based carrier will restart flights from Tokyo-Haneda to Moscow-Sheremetyevo in April. Previously started in March 29, 2020, the service was suspended due to the global pandemic.

In addition to the resumption of flights to Moscow, JAL will also increase flights on the Haneda-Sydney route from three flights per week in March. During the following month, JAL will operate one of the three weekly flights from Narita.

During April, JAL will increase one-way flights from Narirta to Manila by one flight a a week on April 7 while adding an extra flight during the week between Haneda and Honolulu starting April 20.

JAL reports that during the month of February, it will operate at a reduced rate of around 78% of its planned network. In the following months (March-May), it will operate at a reduced rate of around 76%.

Separately, JAL announced further reductions to its domestic network through March 31 operating at a rate of around 49/49% within Japan during the month.

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