While Japan Airlines (JAL) is looking to keep capacity mostly flat until 2020, the oneworld carrier is not standing still. In 2019, JAL is introducing Airbus A350s and Boeing 787s on domestic routes, with the first of 18 A350-900s scheduled to arrive in June (and 13 A350-1000s also on order). JAL also will start receiving the remaining 10 787s it has on order from April, having already integrated 36 Dreamliners into its fleet. Four of those 787s will be -8s configured for domestic services. ...

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