Japan Airlines has admitted falling freight volumes

posted on 1st October 2019 by William Hayes
Japan Airlines has admitted falling freight volumes

The JAL Group has reported a dramatic reduction in freight volumes across the month of August

Domestic cargo volumes have fallen year on year by more than 10%, this was supplemented by 2,274 tons of mail carried on domestic services.

JAL and Kalitta Air were given permission to add a new cargo codeshare on services that flew between Chicago and Tokyo Narita, via Anchorage.

The US-based carrier will now be able to display the JL designator code on its freighter flights through to May 31 2020, with the possibility of an extension agreement beyond that date. 

A spokesperson stated that they intend to”Increase corporate value and contribute to the betterment of society.”