The carrier currently has codeshare agreements with eight airlines, including oneworld alliance members American Airlines (OTC: AAMRQ), British Airways, Cathay Pacific and Japan Air Lines.
What does JAL stand for?
JAL stands for Japan Air Lines
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We have 49 other meanings of JAL in our Acronym Attic
- Jaringan Kerja Kebudayaan Rakyat (People's Cultural Network)
- Juniors Acquiring Knowledge, Ethics and Sportsmanship (National Wild Turkey Federation)
- Japan Amateur Kickboxing Federation
- Japan Amateur Kyoutei Federation (motor sports)
- Jabatan Kemajuan Islam Malaysia (Malay: Department of Islamic Development Malaysia)
- Jyllandip Avannaani Kalaallit Ilinniagaqartut Peqatigiiffiat (Greenlandic Student Association in Denmark)
- Jammu and Kashmir Light Infantry (India)
- JACK Agent Language
- Jalapa (Guatemala territorial division)
- Jalisco (Mexican state)
- Japan Airlines Company, Ltd.
- Jet Approach Landing
- Job Arrangement Letter
- Journal des Annonces Légales (French: Journal of Legal Announcements)
- Journal of Academic Librarianship (Elsevier, BV)
- Journal of Applied Linguistics
- Jump Adjustment Library (Tira Wireless Proprietary API)
- Jump And Link
- Junior Achievement Latvia
- Jacksonville Area Legal Aid
Samples in periodicals archive:
In addition to its existing budget carrier JetStar Asia, the airline recently announced - in cooperation with Japan Air Lines and the Mitsubishi Corporation - the launch of another low-cost airline, JetStar Japan, which is due to start services next year.
Lennon, who was shot dead in front of his New York apartment by Mark Chapman, had described his occupation as "hazardus" and his date of birth as "Yes Yes Yes" in the Japan Air Lines slip.
announced today the acquisition from Japan Air Lines of a fleet of 19 Boeing 747-400 series passenger aircraft powered by CF6-80C2B1F engines.
The world's worst single plane disaster occurred on August 12, 1985, where a Japan Air Lines Boeing 747 crashed into a mountainside after losing part of its tail fin.
Pyongyang also pledged to cooperate in handing over Japanese leftist radicals who commandeered a Japan Air Lines passenger jet to North Korea in 1970.