Japan Airlines (JAL) is planning relatively little fleet growth through its next two fiscal years, although the Japanese flag carrier plans to expand capacity at a slightly faster rate. JAL will have a total fleet size of 231—excluding regional aircraft—by the end of its 2018 fiscal year on March 31. This will include 89 international and 142 domestic aircraft. The total is expected to rise to 236 in the 2019 fiscal year beginning April 1, with 90 international aircraft, 144 ...

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