Japan Airlines will use the 787 aircraft it expects to start receiving next year on several international destinations it currently serves with “medium-sized demand and a high percentage of business travelers.” The routes are Narita International Airport to New Delhi, Narita to Moscow, and Tokyo’s Haneda Airport to Beijing. The airline previously announced that it would use the 787 on a new nonstop Narita to Boston route beginning April 22. The flight will be the first direct connection between Boston and Asia, it said.
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