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Japan eyes tourism subsidies for post-pandemic reboot

The Japan Times revealed this week that the national tourism board – the Japan Tourism Agency – put forth a proposal that would see up to half the cost of a trip to the country covered by Tokyo.

Thursday airline updates: Delta waves goodbye to middle seats

Delta has temporarily stopped allocating passengers middle seats as it moves towards increasing social distancing measures on its flights. 

Zip Air weighs aircraft source for future growth

Zip Air Tokyo will launch in May with 787-8s formerly used by parent owner Japan Airlines.

Japan Airlines will retain 777-300ERs after A350-1000 deliveries

Japan Airlines’ order for A350 aircraft was momentous not just for Airbus breaking into a loyal Boeing customer, but also since JAL selected the A350-1000 to succeed its 777-300ER, a market size Boeing has dominated.

Japan Airlines joins Airbus club

Japan Airlines has taken delivery of its first ever Airbus aircraft after receiving an A350-900 at the manufacturer's headquarters in Toulouse.

Japan Airlines new LCC to be called ZIPAIR Tokyo

Japan Airlines (JAL) says its proposed low-cost carrier (LCC) will be named ZIPAIR Tokyo and its first two destinations Bangkok and Seoul Incheon.


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