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Tuesday, February 3, 2015

Japan Airlines Resuming L.A. To Osaka Service In March

Above, Osaka Castle. Photo by Armand Vaquer.

There's good news for people who head to Japan from Los Angeles, but want to by-pass Tokyo.

Japan Airlines (JAL) is resuming direct service between Los Angeles and Osaka in March.

According to The Rafu Shimpo:
Hirokazu Kurihara couldn’t wait to make the announcement official on Thursday, rushing to the lectern when his name was called. 
“It’s been a long time,” he said, trying to hold back a grin. “Too long, but we are returning.” 
Kurihara, vice-president and regional manager of Japan Airlines’ Southwest Region, was one of the primary speakers at a luncheon at Yamashiro restaurant in Hollywood, to announce the return of JAL’s direct service between Los Angeles and Osaka. 
It’s been more than eight years since then-financially troubled JAL discontinued its no n-stop flights to and from the Kanai region of central Japan. With its resumption, the convenient gateway to some of the country’s most popular destinations – including the historic cities of Kyoto and Nara, and L.A. sister city Nagoya – is again available.
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