Japan Airlines has unveiled plans to add its JAL Sky Suite and Premium Economy products to more aircraft as part of its strategy to increase comfort across the fleet.
The carrier’s Boeing 777-200ERs will be revamped, with the Sky Suite introduced to improve the premium experience.
Business class seats will be retrofitted with fully flat seats, while the Premium Economy class will also be added. In the Economy cabin, the carrier’s JAL Sky Wider seats will be introduced. Once complete, the upgraded aircraft will mainly serve the Haneda-Bangkok and Haneda-Singapore routes.
Meanwhile, the JAL Sky Suite 787 will be available on the Narita-Boston route in June and the Narita-Kuala Lumpur service from September. Fully flat business class seats will be available on the Narita-Boston route for the first time.
Passengers flying on both routes will also have a Premium Economy option, as will those flying to Honolulu from Narita, Osaka (Kansai), Nagoya (Chubu) and Haneda.