The resumption of flights to Dallas/Fort Worth from Tokyo Narita by Japan Airlines has been welcomed by American Airlines. Both the airlines are members of Oneworld alliance and Pacific Joint Business partners. The flights between Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) and Tokyo’s Narita International Airport (NRT) will start from November 30, 2015.
Media reports said that American Airlines, which is into codeshare partnership with Japan Airlines (JAL), will be adding its flight code on Japan’s national flag carrier. American Airlines is presently operating twice daily flights services on Dallas/Fort Worth-Tokyo Narita route with the help of its Boeing 777-200 aircraft.
A spokesperson of Japan Airlines said that the two destinations will be served with four flights per week. The airline will be deploying its latest Boeing 787-8 aircraft to operate flights on the route. The modern aircraft with a three-class configuration is equipped with latest cabin interiors and luxurious seats. The airline has indicated that it is looking forward to operating daily scheduled flights on the route for spring 2016.
With the resuming of services by Japan Airlines, the customers will now be offered more travel options than before. Both the airlines under their joint business agreement will be offering 18 roundtrip flights per week between Dallas/Fort Worth and Tokyo Narita. The customers booking flights from Tokyo Narita to Dallas/Fort Worth will be able to conveniently connect to more than 200 cities across North America, South America and Central America through the extensive network of American Airlines from Dallas/Fort Worth.