JAL Orders 42 Aircraft, Including Airbus A321neo


Japan Airlines (JAL) has announced the order of a total of 42 aircraft, including Airbus A350-900, Airbus A321neo, and Boeing 787-9 models.

The breakdown is 21 Airbus A350-900s, 11 Airbus A321neos, and 10 Boeing 787-9s.

20 Airbus A350-900s and 10 Boeing 787-9s will be deployed on international routes, with plans to increment and upsize equipment focusing on North America, Asia, and India. The introduction will take place over a period of approximately six years, starting from the fiscal year 2027.

The Airbus A321neos will replace domestic Boeing 767 models, starting their introduction from 2028, focusing mainly on routes departing from and arriving at Haneda Airport. One Airbus A350-900 will be introduced in the latter half of fiscal 2025 as a replacement aircraft for one that was completely lost in January.

JAL has already determined to introduce 21 Boeing 737-8 models from fiscal 2026 to replace Boeing 737-800 models on domestic routes.

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