Japan Airlines (JAL) has signed a deal with Yamato Holdings to operate 21 freighters per day on its behalf starting April 2024. The airline plans to launch the cargo operations using Airbus A321 P2F. The flights will be operated by Spring Airlines Japan, JAL’s low-cost subsidiary. Spring Airlines have taken the deliveries of two Airbus A321ceos for conversion while the third aircraft is expected to be delivered by February 2023. “At each of the airports where freighters are scheduled to operate, we are installing the necessary aircraft and improving the facilities required for the launch of freighters. Both companies will

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