JAL announces cabin upgrades and domestic Wi-Fi connectivity


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Japan Airlines’ JAL New Sky Project focuses on enhancing the passenger experience across all classes
Japan Airlines’ ‘JAL New Sky Project’ focuses on enhancing the passenger experience across all classes. The latest stage will see a number of the airline’s B767s upgraded.

Japan Airlines has announced that it is expanding its JAL Sky Suite to some of its B767s, which will increase comfort in all classes as part of the airline’s aim to offer a ‘one class higher’ feeling. As part of the project, new fully-flat seats will be installed in Business Class.

This announcement follows the successful introduction of the JAL Sky Suite 777 on international routes earlier this year.

The Japanese flag carrier has also confirmed that it will revamp the cabin interior on aircraft used for domestic flights. Leather seating and LED lighting will be installed throughout, while the slimline seats in Economy will offer up to 5cm more legroom.

Finally, JAL has also announced that in-flight Internet access will be introduced in partnership with Gogo on select domestic flights. The service had previously only been available on select international services.