Japan Airlines Hero

Japan Airlines’ reputation far precedes it. Established in 1951, it is one of the world's premier carriers and joined the oneworld Alliance in 2007. With four major hubs in Tokyo, Osaka, Nagoya and Okinawa, it serves 95 destinations across 20 territories.

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At a glance

Looking out onto a sunlit tarmac from Japan Airlines
Decorative image of Japan Airlines plane flying through sunset sky.

Affiliate airlines.

For even more travel possibilities, consider these affiliates of Japan Airlines.

Hokkaido Air System

Hokkaido Air System, established in 1997, is based in Hokkaido, Sapporo. Operating a fleet of Saab 340B and ATR 42 aircraft, the airline serves Hokkaido Prefecture and Aomori Prefecture on Honshu.


J-AIR is a wholly owned subsidiary of Japan Airlines International. It operates regional services from Osaka Itami to destinations throughout Japan.

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Japan Air Commuter

Based in Kagoshima on Japan’s Kyushu island, Japan Air Commuter serves  the islands of Kagoshima, Okinawa and the western cities of Japan. Established in 1983, Japan Air Commuter operates a fleet of ATR 42 and ATR 72 aircraft.

Japan Transocean Air

Based at Okinawa Naha, Japan Transocean Air operates intra-island services throughout the Okinawa island group, plus links to mainland Japan.

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