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Japan Airlines – Fly Into Tomorrow

Japan Airlines – Fly Into Tomorrow

With new seats in Economy Class and lie-flat beds in First and Business Class, Japan Airlines offers a great service to those travelling to Japan and beyond.

Kyoko Delaney, Premair Marketing, GSA for Japan Airlines in Ireland, entertained the trade and media at Matt the Thresher. Ably assisted by Jens Bachmann, Premair Marketing, and Elena Negri, JAL, the evening was a well presented and interesting educational experience.

Jennifer Reilly,Atlas Travel;Carl lonergan,Club Travel; and Elena Negri,Japan Air Lines were in Matt the Thrashers.

Jennifer Reilly, Atlas Travel; Carl Lonergan, Club Travel; and Elena Negri, Japan Airlines in Matt the Thresher

Established in 1951 and now with 200+ aircraft and serving 400 destinations in 51 countries, JAL is a major player on the world aviation scene.

The Travel Counsellors duo of Simon Armstrong and Jeanette Coughlan at the JAL event.

Simon Armstrong and Jeanette Coughlan, Travel Counsellors

Having no direct service from Ireland, access to the JAL network is through London, Paris, Frankfurt and Helsinki. JAL is a member of the Oneworld consortium.

Jennifer Reilly ,Atlas Travel and Darina Slattery,Unique Japan Tours.

Jennifer Reilly, Atlas Travel, and Darina Slattery, Unique Japan Tours

Among the attendees at the event was Darina Slattery, Unique Japan Tours, who spent five years living in Japan before returning to Ireland to set up her ground handling operation. Darina is now chair of the Ireland – Japan Association.

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Michael Flood is an experienced travel expert with over 35 years' experience of the airline industry and the travel and tourism world.

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