JAL Back at Seatac After More Than Two Decades

Bruce Rutledge

Bruce is the editor-in-chief based in Seatle

JAL Back at Seatac After More Than Two Decades

Japan Airlines is back at Seatac after a hiatus of 26 years. JAL and American Airlines are flying daily flights to and from Narita, the airport outside of Tokyo, using the Boeing 787 Dreamliner. The daily flights started on March 31. JAL also has a regional partnership with Alaska Airlines, which makes for good point opportunities for people passing through Seattle to other US destinations on Alaska.

JAL is flying its most updated Dreamliner on the route. The plane has just 161 seats, including 38 in business class and 35 in premium economy.

Japan Airline flights to Narita take off a little after 2pm and land the following day at 4:30pm. The return flights leave Narita at 6pm and lands on Seatac on 11am of the same day.

For more information or to book a ticket, go to www.jal.com.

NEXT DIVE

A Youth Offers a Free Knife Sharpening Service

This website uses cookies to personalize and deliver appropriate content, analyze website traffic and display advertising.
To learn more about our cookies policy and change your preferences at any time, please visit ourterms and conditions.

By clicking "Accept", you agree to our terms and may continue to use our website.

BEFORE ENTERING, YOU MUST ACCEPT
OUR PRIVACY AND COOKIE NOTICE.