JAL and DHL Enter into Long-Term Contract Utilizing JAL’s 767 Cargo Aircraft

JAL 767 cargo aircraft

Japan Airlines (JAL) and DHL Express have entered into a long-term contract utilizing JAL’s Boeing 767-300ER freighter aircraft.

Beginning February 19, 2024, JAL will operate the Boeing 767-300ER freighter based in Tokyo/Narita and Nagoya/Central Japan, flying routes to Seoul/Incheon, Shanghai/Pudong, and Taipei/Taoyuan.

Through this partnership with JAL, DHL Express aims to strengthen its network in East Asia. JAL intends to build a new business model in partnership with DHL, striving for a stable and sustainable air cargo business based on growing demand.

Tony Khan, President and Representative Director of DHL Japan, stated, “This agreement with JAL is a significant stepping stone for DHL, ensuring the unwavering stability and reinforcement of our air network connecting Japan to East Asia. It allows for more flexible and stable responses to the changes in demand and rapid increase in cargo, especially on the crucial routes between China and Japan.”

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