On the route between Tokyo and New York, the Japanese flag-carrier will make its flagship jet debut.
With its upcoming fleet of Airbus A350-1000 aircraft with brand-new first and business class cabins, Japan Airlines promises to pamper and coddle premium travelers like never before.
The Oneworld airline claims that the A350-1000s would “deliver an unmatched new experience” for travelers as it competes with rival ANA and its well-regarded The Suite first class and The Room business class.
JAL has confirmed that the A350-1000 will operate the well-liked route during the Northern Winter schedule, which starts in November, so passengers flying between Tokyo-Haneda and New York will be the first to experience the new suites.
As JAL’s long-range flagship, the A350-1000 will take the position of the Boeing 777-300ER. Beginning in August 2019, the 777s’ whole cabin was refurbished, however when compared to rival airlines, the fundamental offering, including first class and business class, is still glaringly outdated.
As soon as they are prepared, the airline claims it will release further information about the A350-1000.
Airbus has 13 A350-1000s for Japan Airlines; they will join the airline’s current fleet of mid-sized A350-900s, which fly a wide domestic route.