Japan Airlines (JAL) has announced it will add a total of 42 aircraft to its fleet, consisting of 21 A350-900s, 11 A321neos and ten 787 Dreamliners. Deliveries will commence in 2027 and continue for approximately six years. 20 of the A350-900 aircraft – described as ‘the backbone of [the airline’s] domestic operations’ – will serve the carrier’s international routes, with JAL focusing on expanding its international network across north America, Asia and India. An additional domestically-configured A350-900 will be introduced to replace the example lost in January 2024. Meanwhile, deliveries of the narrowbody types (scheduled to start in 2026) will

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