Japan Airlines (JAL) will add more flights to Hawaii, Guam, and select East Asia destinations ahead of the New Year holiday period.

“As the demand for leisure travel is steadily increasing and the inbound demand to Japan remains strong due to the weakness of the Japanese Yen, JAL will be operating the following flights to further enhance the convenience for our customers,” the airline said in a statement.

During the FY2023 Winter season, JAL will operate three weekly flights between Tokyo-Narita and Kona on the Big Island of Hawaii during the New Year holidays. The added flights will boost JAL's services to Hawaii to a total of 33 weekly flights.

JAL currently operates 14 weekly flights from Haneda, 7 from Narita, 5 from Osaka-Kansai, and 4 from Nagoya to Honolulu.

The airline will also increase the number of flights between Narita and Guam from four weekly to daily during the New Year holiday season.

From October 29, JAL will temporarily increase the number of flights on the Narita-Hong Kong route from 5 to 7 weekly (October 29-December 27), and 7 to 14 weekly on the Narita-Taipei (Taoyuan) route (October 29-November 30). Additionally, JAL will operate seasonal four-times weekly flights between Kansai and Taipei (Taoyuan) between October 29 to January 8, 2024.

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