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Japan Airlines aims to start eVTOL business in 2025

Japan Airlines reportedly aims to launch eVTOL commercial operations in 2025....


Japan Airlines reports a net loss of $2.9bn amid pandemic

Japan Airlines reported financial results FY2020, posting a net loss of $2.9 billion....


Japan Airlines plans to up stakes in two low-cost carriers

Japan Airlines intends to boost its stake in two low-cost carriers, including Spring Airlines and Jetstar Japan....


Qantas and Japan Airlines to form joint business

In an effort to support the recovery of tourism, Qantas and Japan Airlines (JAL) announced the plans to form a joint venture. ...


Japan Airlines to boost capital by $1.6 billion public offering

Having suffered a significant drop in the demand, Japan Airlines (JAL) announced plans to raise its capital by $1.6 billion by placing a public offering. The air carrier considered using the raised money for the company’s restructuring and future investments in more energy-efficient jets....


Japan Airlines invests into eVTOL development through Volocopter

Japan Airlines (JAL) has signed an agreement with Volocopter after entering a Memorandum of Understanding with Mitsui Sumitomo Insurance (MSI) to promote and develop urban air mobility for passenger and goods transportation in Japan....


Japan Airlines to launch new UAV pilot training program

Japan Airlines (JAL) announced it would launch a new drone operator training program to accelerate drone-led business development in Japan post COVID-19....


Zipair to begin operations performing cargo-only flights

On May 21, 2020 Japanese LCC Zipair applied for permission to operate cargo-only flights between Tokyo Narita and Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport 4 times weekly starting from June 3, 2020.The carrier was...


JAL cleared to receive Airbus A350XWB later in 2019

Japanese authorities have issued type certification for the Airbus A350 XWB, opening doors for Japan Airlines (JAL) to receive first deliveries of the airliner later in 2019.  ...


Slipping on snow: Japan Airlines Boeing 787 skids off runway

Over 200 passengers onboard Japan Airlines (JAL) Boeing 787 had a scary experience, as the aircraft skidded off an icy runway at Tokyo Narita International Airport (NRT)....