January 4 2013  |  Airline & Terminal News

JAL President promises “restaurant in the sky” in 2013

By Rick Lundstrom

Japan Airlines plans greater comfort with new seating on its 777-300ER flights to Europe and North America and will simultaneously “surpass conventional inflight meal service” in the months ahead, said Yoshiharu Ueki, President of the airline.

In a January 1 greeting on the carrier’s website, Ueki said the JAL meal service will “evolve dramatically” on flight from Tokyo to Europe, North America and Southeast Asia.

We will be opening ‘"a restaurant in the sky"’ … offering passengers delicious meals and relaxing moments that will surely surpass conventional inflight meal services,” he said.

In the New Year, JAL will add another destination for the 787 Dreamliner: Tokyo Narita Airport to Helsinki in February.

The airline group will also be working maximize revenue and save money in a business structure with clear financial targes for the year.

“We would appreciate your continued support and future patronage,” said Ueki. “Best wishes for a wonderful and prosperous New Year.”



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