- PLEASE READ - [FLIGHT EXPERIENCE including the lounges] SHORT review (less than 5 mins): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=alMTlBZ_vqs&t=157s Subscribe to Express Flyer (my 2nd channel): https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPrZXy6f4Wdom3YlSgxCYuw FULL Take off clip URL: https://youtu.be/vbNoUWyy8eo SHORT Take off clip URL: https://youtu.be/faN9tF4OM3c FULL Landing clip URL: https://youtu.be/13ENjydxURQ SHORT Landing clip URL: https://youtu.be/c_wN_wEe5xw WELCOME to my third flight review in 2017. On 24th January, I flew Japan Airlines JL736 service from Hong Kong (HKG) to Tokyo Narita (NRT). The operating aircraft was a Boeing 787-8. As I am a Oneworld Sapphire member, I have access to priority check-in, priority boarding and access to the lounges in HKG. JAL flies to HKG from NRT and Tokyo Haneda (HND). HKG-HND is operated by a larger Boeing 777-200ER featuring the newest economy class seat, premium economy class seats and business class seats. Its Oneworld partner, Cathay Pacific, flies five times per day to NRT and two times per day to HND. All Nippon Airways, Jetstar Japan and Ethiopian Airlines are some other airlines that fly between the cities. What you'll see in this clip: - Qantas Hong Kong lounge - Cathay Pacific The Cabin lounge - Seat features - Inflight entertainment system - Lavatory onboard - Take-off and landing clip - lunch (all options) Some useful information: Airline: Japan Airlines (JL) Flight number: JL736 Aircraft type: Boeing 787-8 Aircraft registration number: JA821J Origin: Hong Kong Chek Lap Kok International Airport (HKG / VHHH) Destination: Tokyo Narita Airport (NRT / RJAA) Flight date: 24-01-2017 Meal: Lunch (Japanese style chicken rice) Seat: 29K Flight duration: 3 hours and 50 minutes Booked future flight include: - Cathay Pacific A330-300 Adelaide to Hong Kong / Hong Kong to Adelaide (economy class) - Cathay Pacific B777-300 / A330-300 Hong Kong to Seoul Incheon / Seoul Incheon to Hong Kong (business and premium economy class) - Qantas A330-300 Tokyo Narita to Melbourne (economy class) - Qantas A330-300 Sydney to Hong Kong (economy class) - Qantas B747-400 Hong Kong to Sydney (economy class) - Qantas B737-800 Adelaide to Sydney / Sydney to Adelaide (economy class) - Qantas B737-800 Melbourne to Adelaide (economy class) Please SUBSCRIBE for more aviation related videos :D You may find flight reviews on British Airways, Cathay Pacific, Japan Airlines, Malaysia Airlines, SriLankan Airlines and Qantas in my channel. One World Flyer :D
The best economy class seats in 2017 (Skytrax) is Japan Airlines. This is economy class report of Tokyo, Narita to Kuala Lumpur. I can understand why Japan Airlines is number one economy class seat. Cabin crew was very friendly and nice to us. Cabin was very clean. Also in-flight meal was very nice. There was shower toilet in aircraft! ▷Japan Airlines Economy Class https://www.jal.co.jp/en/inter/service/economy/ ============================== Please subscribe Tiger Travel ! ▼ ▼ ▼ ▼ ▼ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaACk4dfr-JrECa4CJTLJaA ==============================
Japan Airlines JAL Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner JA833J is seen on approach and landing at the Vancouver International Airport CYVR after the 8 hour JAL18 flight from the Narita International Airport RJAA / NRT in Tokyo, Japan.
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Japan Airlines flight experience in Economy Class, onboard the Boeing 777-200ER, from Tokyo (Haneda) to Singapore as JL37. This flight takes 6 hours and 43 minutes, in which a lunch and refreshment is provided. Service is courteous and warm. I enjoyed the lunch served very much. I watched a couple of movies on the rather ancient-looking MAGIC-III entertainment system. It was a lovely flying experience in all, onboard Japan Airlines. Thank you for watching this Japan Airlines flight experience on FlightTravels. Remember to subscribe! FlightTravels Travel Blog: http://www.flighttravels.net/ FlightTravels Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FlightTravels
►Review about Japan Airlines: http://wp.me/psd9b-5pq ►Instagram: https://instagram.com/migrationology ►Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/migrationology NOTE: Before I get started I just want to say this video is not sponsored or affiliate with Japan Airlines at all. I just happen to luckily have a flight with Japan Airlines, and I made a video. All opinions are my own. I was in Phoenix, Arizona, and I had a flight to Singapore (with a different airline), and my wife and I were supposed to fly from Phoenix to Los Angeles to Hong Kong and finally to Singapore. It just so happened that our very first flight, which was just to Los Angeles, was delays by a couple of hours, which caused us to miss our flight from LA to Hong Kong and our flight to Singapore. But no worries, I try to be as positive as possible when there’s a flight delay or when there a problem with an airplane / staff, and rather try to be grateful that we are safe on the ground. Anyway, we ended up finally leaving for Los Angeles, and we arrived, but yes we did miss our flight on to Hong Kong. The airline we were supposed to fly on was in the Oneworld Airline alliance. And so they figured out a route for use, using different airlines to get to Singapore, almost at the same time as we were supposed to on the other flights. For our first leg, from Los Angeles to Tokyo, we took an airline from the US, which was alright, but nothing at all to rave about - the food and service were below average. But things really changed course when we arrived to Tokyo and stepped foot in Narita International Airport! We were immediately greeted by a lady that worked for Japan Airlines, she had our names written on a piece of paper, and we followed her to the customer service counter. They quickly issued us tickets to from Tokyo to Singapore, and they said: “You have complimentary access to the First Class Sakura Lounge.” I was pretty excited, so my wife and I rushed as fast as we could to the Japan Airlines first class lounge. The only problem, was that we only had about an hour until our flight was going to leave. Luckily we spent that hour very well, had some delicious Japanese curry and then proceeded to have a bunch of different drinks. I immediately liked the airplane - the seats were very comfortable, and it seemed to me like the economy class seats were bigger than some airlines. We also were lucky to get a very new airplane - not sure how their full fleet is, but I think Japan Airlines has a very new flight and very well maintained as well. As soon as we stepped into the plane, the staff of Japan Airlines all greeted us and were extremely nice, genuinely nice. Since our flight wasn’t too long, I think just under seven hours, we were mainly served just one meal, which was dinner. They even gave me a menu, and I chose the miso grilled pork. Just like all food in Japan, the platter of food on Japan Airlines came very nicely displayed, in little separate containers. The meal included a number of salads and side dishes, and the main dish was rice topped with grilled pieces of pork belly and everything smothered in a thick creamy miso sauce. Of course, if you compared this meal on Japan Airlines to food you could get on the ground in Tokyo, it wouldn’t come close, but being 10,000 meters in the air, this was one of the best meals I’ve had on an airplane. This was my first time to fly on Japan Airlines, and I have to give them an excellent review - it’s a fantastic airline - great service, great food, and very comfortable. My wife and I had an amazing flight, and arrived to Singapore to attend a food event. Music in this video courtesy of Audio Network Watch more Japan videos: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lDoLLhswOwY&list=PLeoy0zUu6bqnusJ2aCfMR1yxLsPxVoMKR This video was made by Mark Wiens and Ying Wiens Website: http://migrationology.com/blog & http://www.eatingthaifood.com/ Get my newsletter (for free): http://migrationology.com/food-news Thank you for watching!
It has always been my dream to visit Tokyo, Japan and I am so thankful that I was able to go at the end of March of 2018. Here is the first vlog in my Tokyo vlogs and videos series and it documents my journey starting from LA and my experience on Japan Airlines on my way to Tokyo! ♥ People in this vlog Kelvin Emily - https://www.instagram.com/emilydao_ Jeff ♥ Places featured in this vlog LAX Airport Japan Airlines Air Craft Narita Airport ♥ Tokyo Trip Vlogs Playlist - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLuZB1nr2o3fZ-i4Ni5tYJrgAco7g7llg0 ♥ Music By https://soundcloud.com/lakeyinspired Thank you all so much for watching and I hope you subscribe to be a part of the #infinityfam and I'll talk to you all in the next vlog! XOXO Cindy ♥ Watch my previous vlog - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=st4imd6ngyc ♥ Subscribe to my main channel - https://www.youtube.com/user/infinitelycindy FOLLOW ME ON SOCIAL MEDIA ♥ Instagram - http://instagram.com/infinitely_cindy ♥ My Food Instagram - http://instagram.com/infinitelyeats ♥ Twitter - https://twitter.com/infinitelycindy ♥ Snapchat - infinitelycindy ♥ Fyuse App - infinitelycindy ♥ Soundcloud - https://soundcloud.com/infinitelycindy ♥ Infinity Family Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/cindysinfinities/ ♥ PO BOX (Valid from August 2016-September 2018) Cindy Thai 2355 Westwood Blvd #879 Los Angeles, CA 90064 ♥ For business inquiries -- infinitelycindy(@)gmail.com ♥ For business inquiries for my vlog channel -- infinitelyvloggin(@)gmail.com
Japan Airlines Business Class Lounge: https://theaircraftking.com/2018/07/26/review-japan-airlines-sakura-business-class-lounge/ Full Flight Review: https://theaircraftking.com/2018/07/27/review-japan-airlines-777-200er-economy-class-tokyo-narita-to-singapore/ Tail Number: JA707J Scheduled Departure: 5:55 PM Actual Departure: 6:03 PM Scheduled Arrival: 12:20 PM Actual Arrival: 11:53 PM This is the second leg of the journey from LA to Mumbai. Hope you enjoy this one and stay tuned for the Thai Business Class flights! Cheers!
Japan Airlines First Class flight between Tokyo and London onboard B777-300/ER JAL Suite. JAL, like Japan is famous for its ultra efficiency, attention to details, polite and humbleness. This is the best First Class flight I have for a long while. I simply didn't want to leave! The amazing yet adorable JAL service "from the heart" won me over! You have to experience it to understand the Japanese understated luxury.
Amazing sunset greeted us on our descent into Tokyo... skip ahead to 16.00! A lot of different options to fly from LA to Tokyo, but I ultimately decided on JAL over Singapore Airlines because it was almost $200 cheaper, and due to the Sky Wider Seats in their Economy Class, the seats were larger than on Singapore Airlines (34" pitch and 19" wide). Great service, kinda decent IFE, decent food made for a pretty good flight. Only complaint was the temperature. I swear it must have been about 75F... and no air nozzles on the plane. Not sure if I'd fly again because of that... would choose Singapore Airlines the next time unless ANA or JAL was a lot cheaper.