Japan Airlines recently launched its online reservation for Business Class meals. The airline’s customers will now be able to book their meals in advance prior to boarding their flights. The premium customers are being offered the choice of either a Western menu (beef only) or a Japanese menu.
The pre-meals booking service can be availed by customers traveling on select routes including Oceania, Southeast Asia, Europe and Transpacific. The customers can log on to Japan Airlines website and start booking their meals in advance starting from April 6, 2016. However, the customers booking business class flights to Honolulu from Tokyo Narita will; be able to book their meals starting from April 12. The service will also be available on other select international flights as well departing on/after June 1, 2016. For outbound flights from Japan, the meals can be booked 25 hours prior to departure. Those taking inbound flights to Japan would be able to book their meals at least 48 hours prior to scheduled departure.
Meanwhile, Japan Airlines has announced it will be upgrading business class seats on its Boeing fleet on various international routes. The airline recently launched its JAL SKY SUITE 777, also called SS7, on its Boeing 777-300ER aircraft. The airline also said that it is set to launch its JAL SKYSUITE 767 and the JAL SKY SUITE 787. The JAL SKY SUITE 767, also called SS6, will be launched on Boeing 767-300ER aircrafts, while the JAL SKY SUITE 787, also called SS8 and SS9, will be launched on Boeing 787-8 and Boeing 787-9 aircrafts.
Media reports also said that Japan Airlines will unveil its Boeing 777-200ER aircrafts with renewed cabin interiors. The airline said that JAL SKY SUITE 777, also called SS2, will be launched on its Tokyo Haneda-Bangkok route starting from July this year. The revamped Boeing 777-200ER aircraft will also be launched on Tokyo Haneda-Singapore route as well. The airline is also planning to expand its revamped offering by extending it on its Honolulu route starting this winter schedule.