JAL Group commenced User Preferred Route trials for flights between Japan and Hawaii, enabling the airline to save fuel and cut CO2 emissions. JAL currently uses two flight paths on the route but now will capitalize on work begun last November by US FAA and Japan's Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism on UPR usage. It will conduct trials on scheduled flights serving Tokyo Narita-Honolulu, NRT-Kona, Osaka-HNL and Nagoya-HNL. The group operates approximately 4,700 combined ...

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