Japan Airlines (JAL) and Hainan Airlines (HU) have expanded their code share agreement to cover two additional domestic China routes.
Passenger can start making reservations on these flights from April 7, 2006, pending government approval.
The flights provide smooth connections in Beijing to passengers traveling to Kunming, Xian or Chengdu from Japan. Members of JAL's frequent flyer program, the JAL Mileage Bank (JMB) can also accumulate mileage on these `JL' designated flights.
Hainan Airlines and JAL have also been operating non-stop international code share flights between Kansai International airport, and Haikou in southern China since October 31, 2004.
JAL continues to offer its passengers the largest network between Japan and China. Including code shares, JAL offers 240 flights per week from Japan to 12 destinations in China.
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