JAL Group announced better financial results for the first nine months of FY2021, boosted by well-recovery of domestic passenger demands and high international cargo operations.
JAL drew up the FY2021-FY2025 midterm management plan, for which one of business pillars is ‘ESG Strategy.’ Aiming at net zero emission in 2050, JAL is developing three arrows including expansion of flights using SAF.
ANA and JAL restore domestic flight bookings forNew Year holidays to 70 to 80% of the pre-pandemic level
ANA increased its domestic flight bookings by 12.3% year on year to 1,081,252 for 2021/22 New Year holiday period, and JAL up 64.8% year on year to 978,693.
JAL has started accepting vaccination record registration in addition to PCR test result on digital health certificate app ‘VeriFly’ for its flights from Japan to U.S.
JAL Group LCC ZIPAIR will launch Narita-Los Angeles service at the lowest airfare of 27,500 JPY, as the first transpacific LCC
ZIPAIR Tokyo, a JAL Group LCC, will launch three flights a week service between Narita and Los Angeles at the lowest airfare of 27,500 JPY on December 25 2021. It will be the first LCC serving transpacific flight.
JAL forecasts 146 billion JPY in deficit for the full year of FY2021, despite financial improvement in Q2
JAL Group has forecasted net loss of 146 billion JPY for the full year of FY2021, resulting in deficit for two yeas in a row. It said that longer time will be needed for full recovery of international passenger demand.
ANA and JAL come into line in familiarizing Sustainable Air Fuel, targeting zero emission from air transportation in 2050
ANA and JAL drew up a joint report ‘Toward Virtually Zero CO2 Emissions from Air Transport in 2050’ toward a joint effort to expand awareness and understanding of Sustainable Air Fuel (SAF) in Japan.
ANA and JAL launch campaigns to give perks to vaccinated travelers and travelers with negative certificates
ANA Group and JAL Group launched campaigns to encourage fully-vaccinated travelers or travelers with negative certificates to travel in Japan, following complete lifting of declaration of a state of emergency.
JAL raises additional 300 billion JPY for environment-friendly aircraft and a new revenue management system
JAL will raise around 300 billion JPY for introduction of environment-friendly A350-1000s, renovation of a revenue management system for domestic flights.
JAL shrunk net loss to 57.9 billion JPY for Q1 of FY2021 despite a large increase in international cargo revenue
JAL Group reduced net loss to 57.9 billion JPY for the first quarter of FY2021 (April to June 2021) from 93.7 billion JPY a year ago, as it succeeded in reducing costs and increasing international cargo revenue.
JAL launches ‘Flight Subscription Service’ from/to Haneda in tie-ups with a subscription-based accommodation service start-up
JAL demonstrates ‘Flight Subscription Service’ with Kabuk Style, a start-up providing a subscription-based accommodation service ‘HafH,' offering a package of three return flights and three nights at fixed 36,000 JPY.
JAL subsidiary LCC ZIP AIR restarted Honolulu services and will launch Singapore services in September 2021
ZIP AIR Tokyo, a JAL subsidiary LCC, restarted a Narita-Honolulu flight a week and will increase the frequency to two flights a week in October, and also will launch Narita-Singapore service in September.
JAL is driving its LCC strategy in earnest, establishing three LCC networks based in Narita for tourists and VFR
JAL is developing its LCC strategy in earnest, establishing LCC networks based in Narita Airport with a consolidated subsidiary SPRING JAPN, additionally investing Jetstar Japan and a 100% subsidiary ZIP AIR.
JAL draws up a new medium-term management plan to restore profit to the pre-pandemic level in FY2023, focusing on ESG strategy
JAL has drawn up a new FY2021-FY2025 medium-term management plan to restore EBIT to 170 billion JPY in FY2023 and to about 185 billion JPY in FY2025, primarily focusing on Business Strategy, Finance Strategy and ESG Strategy.
JAL plunges to the largest deficit of 286.6 billion JPY for FY2020, suffering a considerable decrease in passengers
JAL posted the largest deficit of 286.6 billion JPY for FY2020 ended March 31 2021 since the bankruptcy in 2010, as it reduced international passenger revenue by 67.2% and domestic passenger revenue by 67.2%.
JAL and the Commons Project confirmed that a PCR test result on digital health passport ‘CommonPass’ was perfectly accepted at Narita Airport in departure and Singapore Changi Airport in arrival.
JAL and Uber have agreed to a strategic partnership to use the Uber ride-sharing service and food delivery service in North America and Hawaii on JAL app.
JAL and NEC jointly demonstrate the face recognition processing with a mask on in Kagoshima Prefecture
JAL and NEC will jointly demonstrate the face recognition precessing with a mask on at Kagoshima Airport and in Kirishima City until April 21 2021, testing how it works in travel experiences.
JAL ties up with Kagoshima Pref. to encourage people to travel to Amami Islands, providing free pre-COVID-19 test
JAL will sell ‘New Travel Style’ to send travelers to Amami Islands in tie-ups with Kagoshima Prefecture, providing free PCR test before departure and ‘JAL Online Trip’ featuring the Islands.
JAL reorganizes its business structure into four divisions including the Mileage and Lifestyle Business Division
JAL will reorganize its business structures into four divisions of Route Marketing, Passengers Sales and Marketing, Customer Experience and Mileage and Lifestyle Business divisions to promote digital transformation and to build a sustainable growth base for post-COVID-19.