Japan Airlines (JAL) is preparing to introduce Airbus A350s and Boeing 787s on domestic routes next year and is looking to replace its Boeing 767 fleet. The first of the Japanese flag carrier’s A350-900s are scheduled to arrive in June, JAL president Yuji Akasaka told ATW during the Association of Asia Pacific Airlines conference in Jeju, South Korea, on Oct. 19. The airline has 18 of the -900s on order, with these aircraft initially being used to replace older Boeing 777s on ...

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