Japan Airlines is the largest airline in Asia, considered the Japanese flag company. It is headquartered in Tokyo and two main operating bases, at Narita and Haneda international airports. Founded in 1951, it belongs to the Oneworld alliance, with which it covers world-wide destinations with a fleet of more than a hundred Boeing aircraft, models 737, 767, 777 and 787. Japan Airlines flies to the main cities of Far East, Southeast Asia, the United States and Europe, and has flights to the main airports of the Gulf countries, Latin America, Australia and India. Among its most acclaimed services are the individual cabins available in First Class and in Business. The latter was recognized with the award for the best Business class seat in 2013 at the Skytrax World Line Awards.
👜 Baggage regulations at Japan Airlines
The limit of luggage checked free with Japan Airlines is three suitcases of a maximum of 32 kg in First and Business. In Premium Economy and Economy are two suitcases of 23 kg. In both cases the maximum linear dimension is 203 cm. Children with the right to a seat follow the rules of the class in which they are traveling, while those who do not have the right to a seat can invoice a piece with the limitations applied to the accompanying adult. The sports teams admitted in billing depend on the dimensions and weight, but the surfboards and windsurfers have a special pricing. Additional fees apply to excess baggage depending on the region or country of origin of the flight and the destination to which you are traveling.
🕗 Japan Airlines Web Check-in
Japan Airlines recommends that passengers on international flights use a web-based check-in via their computer or smartphone, which can be activated from 72 hours to 60 minutes before departure. The boarding pass travelers receive by e-mail for printing or saving on the phone. For domestic flights, passengers should check in at the airport counters. Their opening times vary depending on the departure location. Vending machines for self check-in are also available at Tokyo, Osaka, Kumamoto, Fukuoka, Kansai, Narita and Chitose airports. However, you must speak Japanese or English to operate the equipment.