Japan Airlines to resume flights to San Diego after 11 months

On April 15 of last year, Japan Airlines made its last scheduled flight between Tokyo-Narita and San Diego. Before the pandemic, the Japanese company had three weekly frequencies between both cities. Due to COVID-19, the airline was reducing the number of flights until finally in April they were canceled.

The company’s operations were carried out on Boeing 787-8 Dreamliners, with a capacity for 186 or 206 passengers, depending on the configuration of the aircraft.

Version 1: 186 places

  • Business Class: 30 seats.
  • Economy Class: 156 seats.

Version 2: 206 places

  • Business Class: 30 seats.
  • Economy Class: 176 seats.

According to the reservation system, Japan Airlines will resume operations between Tokyo and San Diego from March 2. The flights will be in the Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner, as until last April.


Flight Of Departure A Arrival
JL 066 Tokyo (NRT) 17:05 San Diego (SAN) 10:55
JL 065 San Diego (SAN) 11:55 Tokyo (NRT) 16:45 +1


Flight Lun Mar Piss Jue Life Sat Judgment
JL 066 X X X X X X X
JL 065 X X X X X X X

As for other international destinations, San Diego currently has a connection with Cancun, Puerto Vallarta and San José del Cabo. All operations are carried out by Alaska Airlines, on Boeing 737-800 and Boeing 737-900.

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