Japan Airlines is the national carrier of Japan as well as the country's largest airline company, operating a number of local shuttle carriers as well as long-haul international flights. Japan Airlines was founded in the early 1950's and is currently a member of the Oneworld airline alliance with numerous partners such as American Airlines, Cathay Pacific, LAN, and British Airways. Japan Airlines has received glowing reviews from passengers who praise its friendly cabin crew and excellent entertainment features. Japan Airlines, like many modern air carriers, offers a multi-tier cabin class system consisting of four distinct categories: Economy, Premium Economy (featuring larger seats, leg rests, and complimentary amenity kits), Executive Business Class (featuring private modules with fully-reclining seats, 23-inch televisions, and a laptop battery lending service), and a First Class cabin with private suites, full beds, and pajamas. The Japan Airlines website is available in a variety of languages including English and is centered around a flight search and booking feature. The website also lets travelers check in online and print their boarding passes as well as find complete information and cabin and stowed baggage allowances (currently 2 free checked bags for economy passengers). Users looking to check their flight status should direct themselves to the “Timetable” section of the website to find route maps, flight schedules, and the status of departing and arriving flights.
Ciro Japan Airlines is the premier Japanese air carrier and one of the better airlines in East Asia. The website is simple enough if not a bit basic for the famously tech-savvy Japanese. One of the nice things that the Japan Airlines website offers is a Guide to Japan for first timers outlining some of the better things to visit as well as good hotels and restaurants in your end destination. Also, if you're planning a long flight across the Pacific, I'd suggest splurging for a Premium Economy fare. You'll get larger seats with leg-rests (a must on a 20-hour flight), amenity kits to freshen up, and plenty of snacks between meals.Delete