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JAL announced The Establishment of a Business Jet Service Company

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Tatjana Obrazcova
Country: Japan Aircraft: Airplanes

Japan Airlines (JAL) and Marubeni announced the establishment of a new business jet company to meet the expanding demand of the service in Japan. Services will include the arrangement of the charter flight, management of the privately owned aircraft and provide operational and concierge services to business jet operators and to customers flying to Japan; with a target to start the service during the spring of 2019.

The new company, a joint venture between JAL and Marubeni, will contribute toward the economic-rejuvenation and development of Japan by offering services and products that will maximize the customers’ time spent traveling; utilizing JAL ‘s worldwide network and Marubeni’s business knowledge in the aviation field.

Details of Company

Name of the firm

JAL Business Aviation Co., Ltd.

Representative of the firm

Managing Director: Ryusuke Konto

Managing Director: Kiyoshi Iwaki

Head Office Location

Tokyo, Japan

Capital and Paid-in Capital

150 Million Yen(JAL: 51%, Marubeni: 49%)

Business summary

- Charter flight arrangement
(JAL flight connection, Out of Japan, Oversea intercity)

- Management of the aircraft
(Scheduling, Crew, hangar, maintenance arrangement)

- Operation support, Concierge service
(Airport handling, Accommodation and surface transport arrangement, catering)

 

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