Starting April 22, 2012, Japan Airlines (JAL) will commence non-stop service from Boston Logan International Airport to Tokyo's Narita Airport, making flying to Tokyo and other Asian destinations more convenient than ever. Boston becomes the sixth U.S. city that JAL links with Tokyo; the other cities are New York, Chicago, Honolulu, San Francisco and Los Angeles.
Once you've arrived in Japan, JAL offers easy connections to every major city in Asia including Bangkok, Delhi, Guangzhou, Hong Kong, Manila, Seoul, Singapore and Taipei. JAL also provides access to most destinations in Japan.
Aside from the increased convenience, also notable is the extra comfort and service which is offered onboard JAL and this will extend onto its upcoming new fleet of Boeing 787s, nicknamed "Dreamliners". These planes are not only more energy efficient than planes of similar size, but they also travel at a similar speed as larger jets. Passengers can enjoy greater cabin comfort due to the 787's larger windows with liquid crystal electrical shades, higher humidity and a lighting system that uses LEDs, all contributing to a much more relaxing and enjoyable environment during a long flight.
Now greater numbers of tourists and business travelers alike can experience superlative comfort, service and convenience, thanks to JAL's new non-stop flight.
For more information, visit Japan Airlines.
Schedule and equipment subject to change.
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