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Japan Transocean Air Co., Ltd.(Japan Transocean Air Co., Ltd.)Japan OfAirlines.


Japan Airlines (JAL) GroupIn one companyJapan Airlines Co., Ltd.,OkinawaEtc.Shareholder OfThird sectorIt is a company.Aviation union"One worldTo join.

1958,NahaSakishima Islands OfMiyako,IshigakiEach of空港Tie[Note 1]Ryukyu Air Transport Co., Ltd.Okinawa Prefecture under the administration of the U.S. militaryWas established in.1967, Southwest Airlines Co., Ltd. was established with Japan Airlines investing in Ryukyu Airlines[7].. Southwest Airlines added 6 remote island routes at the time of establishment[8], After thatOkinawa main islandOperates mainly on routes connecting Naha Airport to remote islands.1993, CurrentCompany namechange to.

It used to exist in the United States(English edition (Transocean Airlines) and our former English company name (Southwest Air Lines) are extant in the United States with almost the same name.Southwest AirlinesIt has no direct relationship with (Southwest Airlines).

The companyIATA codeIs a subsidiary of the companyRyukyu Air CommuterIt may also be used in (RAC).JAL Mileage BankThe RAC 2-letter code displayed in the boarding history of is the IATA code "NU" of the parent company JTA.In addition, we have entered into joint transportation contracts with the JAL Group and the company.All Nippon AirwaysThe 2-letter code displayed on the baggage tag issued at the (ANA) check-in counter will also be "NU". (Before the 2019 JAL Group passenger service system update, the two-letter code for baggage tags issued by the JAL Group was written as "RC".)

JAL Group companies are JALJ-AIR-Hokkaido Air System(HAC) ・Japan Air CommuterThe four companies (JAC) undertake joint transportation, but the two companies JTA and RAC do not jointly undertake transportation between JAL Group companies, including between JTA and RAC.From March 4, 2, JTA started joint underwriting of transportation with JAL on some flights.

The numbers of RAC flight numbers are in the 700s and 800s, and the flight numbers do not overlap with JTA, but there are multiple flights with duplicate flight numbers for flights operated by both JAL and JTA.[9]However, in the timetable issued by JAL, there is a description of caution that flights operated by both companies have the same number of flight numbers.


Southwest Airlines (SWAL) era

  • 1967
    • May 6 : Southwest Airlines Co., Ltd.(Abbreviation SWAL) launched.
    • May 7 : CV-240 2 aircraft,Beach H-18(Beechcraft) Started operation with a total of 1 aircraft. There are 3 routes in service: Naha-Ishigaki Line, Miyako Line, Kumejima Line, Minamidaito Line, Miyako-Ishigaki Line, Ishigaki-Yonakuni Line. The call sign is "NANSEI".
      • Naha-The airlines that used to operate on the Ishigaki line, etc.Air america.
    • December: Beach H-12 retired Returned to Japan Airlines, model is CV-18 only
  • 1968
    • May 6 : YS-11 In service (initial service route was Naha-Ishigaki Line / Miyako Line). Three machines, "Yuna", "Basho", and "Adan".
    • December: CV-12 retired (returned to Japan Airlines, model is YS-240 only).
  • 1972
  • 1973
    • March:Minister of TransportObtained a license from.
    • March:DHC-6 In service. Yonaguni Airport is subject to the Aviation LawRunwayIs 800mSince it was put into service at the airport, the Ishigaki Line, which was the only line at the airport, was put into service in place of the previous YS-11.
  • 1974
    • May 7: (Old) With the opening of Tarama Airport, the Miyako-Tarama-Ishigaki Line was opened.
    • August: Minamidaito Airport will be put into service at 8m on the runway due to the application of the national aviation law, and only DHC-800 will be operated.
  • 1975
    • May 7 : Okinawa International Ocean ExpoAccording to the eventIejima AirportOpened, and at the same time Naha-Iejima Line went into service (simultaneously with All Nippon Airways, model YS-11 used, suspended with the end of the Ocean Expo in January 1976).
  • 1976
    • May 5: With the opening of Hateruma Airport, Ishigaki-Hateruma Line goes into service (DHC-6).
    • May 7: Naha --Resumed operation on the Iejima Line and DHC-6 (suspended in February 1977 due to sluggish passengers).
    • May 12: Naha-Tarama Line goes into service (DHC-6, abolished in February 1987).
  • 1978
    • May 6: With the opening of Kitadaito Airport, the Naha-Kitadaito Line goes into service (DHC-6).
    • May 7: With the opening of Aguni Airport, the Naha-Aguni route goes into service (DHC-6).
    • May 7: Became the first passenger jetBoeing 737-200(Arrive at Naha Airport on the same day, and from 24th, Japan Airlines will enter service on the Naha-Fukuoka line in the form of a wet lease (-October 10)).
    • May 8: Naha, the first route outside Okinawa- DebateLine service (YS-11).
    • May 12: Naha --Boeing 737-200 is introduced on the Miyako line, and full-scale operation starts.
  • 1979
    • May 5: Naha-Boeing 737-200 launched on Ishigaki Line (first jet aircraft in service at Ishigaki Airport).
    • May 8:Naha - OkinoerabuLine service (YS-11).
  • 1980
    • May 11:Naha - GroundworkLine service (YS-11, suspended on July 1994, 7).
    • May 11: Naha-Okinoerabu line changed to Yoron (November 1987, Yoron-Okinoerabu abolished).
  • 1982
  • 1985
  • 1986
    • April: Launched "Swar Plan" (J-TAP after changing the current company name), the first travel product.
    • May 11: Naha-Matsuyama Line goes into service (Boeing 737-200), the first full-scale route outside Okinawa (mainland route).
  • 1987
    • May 2: With the extension of the runway at Yonaguni Airport to 1,500m, the YS-6 was reintroduced on the Ishigaki-Yonaguni route in place of the DHC-11.
    • May 2: The Naha Airport Domestic Terminal 2 Building dedicated to SWAL has moved to the former International Terminal Building.
  • 1988
    • May 3: Naha-Okayama Line opened (the second mainland line after Matsuyama Line).
  • 1989
    • May 7: Tokyo / Haneda-Miyako Line (direct flight), the first non-prefectural route other than Naha Airport (Boeing 737-200).
  • 1990
    • May 7: Tokyo / Haneda / Naha-On the Miyako LineBoeing 767-300In the form of a wet lease from Japan Airlines (JAL) (summer only until August 8st, then every year from the latter half of July to August).
  • 1991
  • 1992
    • May 4: Naha --Partially transferred from JAL on the Nagoya line (completely transferred from January 1993, transferred to JAL again on May 1, 1995. Resumed operation as a via flight from Ishigaki to Nagoya / Chubu from February 5) , The first route that does not depart or arrive in Okinawa Prefecture, Nagoya-Yamagata Line goes into service[10](Transferred to JAL on May 1995, 5). Also, Boeing 10-767 from JAL for one year only for this yearleaseIntroduced at (-April 1993, 4, operated with SWAL paint from mid-May).
    • May 11: Transferred all DHC-6 routes to the subsidiary Ryukyu Air Commuter (transferred routes: Naha-Minamidaito Line, Kitadaito Line, Aguni Line, Miyako-Tarama-Ishigaki Line, Ishigaki-Hateruma Line).
  • 1993
    • May 4: Instead of the previous Boeing 767-300Boeing 767-200(-In 1995, leased from JAL, painting will be the current company name painting).
    • May 4: Naha-Kagoshima Line goes into service (It was finally realized after considering it from the 1970s, but it was suspended in March 2001, and it was suspended in March 3 even though it resumed operation at JAL in February 2006).

Japan Transocean Air (JTA) era

  • 1993
    • May 7: Current company name from Southwest Airlines Co., Ltd.Japan Transocean Air Co., Ltd. (abbreviated as JTA)[Note 2]Company name changed to.
    • May 7: Tokyo / Haneda-Ishigaki Line goes into service for the first time after changing to the current company name (Boeing 737-200, the first direct flight to the mainland for Ishigaki Airport. However, the route from Ishigaki to Tokyo / Haneda is via Miyako for refueling. Flight).
  • 1994
    • July 7: Latest modelBoeing 737-400Introduced. Naha --Introduced to Miyako Line (hereinafter introduced to each line).
    • May 9: Osaka / Kansai-Ishigaki Line goes into service (from Ishigaki to Osaka / Kansai, it operates via Miyako for refueling).
  • 1995
    • April: Started wet leasing of Boeing 4-737 to JAL (because the company introduced the same model).
  • 1996
  • 1997
    • May 4: Naha --Transferred Yoron Line to subsidiary Ryukyu Air Commuter (the latest model of the company)DHC-8-Q100With the introduction, the equipment has also changed from the YS-11).
    • May 7: With the extension of the runway at Kumejima Airport to 2,000m and the introduction of jets, the Naha-Kumejima line will be operated by the Boeing 11-737, the airport's first passenger jet aircraft, replacing the YS-200 so far. .. At the same time, the Tokyo / Haneda-Kumejima route will be in service (-September, 9-June until 1998-September, and mid-July-September after 2006. Also, after 6 From Kumejima will be via Naha).
    • May 8: Tokyo / Haneda-Naha Line goes into service (our first)Domestic trunk lineRoutes are in service, only the last flight, but October-May of the following year, the number of morning flights will increase only from Naha).
  • 1998
    • September 10: Naha- KochiLine service (operates three days a week, alternating with the Matsuyama line, suspended in February 3).
  • 1999
    • May 5: Naha Airport Domestic Terminal Building moved to current location and started operation. As a result, the domestic terminal building was integrated, and the JAL and All Nippon Airways (ANA) groups, which were previously separate buildings,Japan Air System It will be convenient to transfer to (JAS, later integrated into JAL).
    • July 7: Osaka / Kansai-Naha line goes into service.
    • May 7: YS-11 retired due to jetting at Yonaguni Airport.
    • May 7: With the introduction of jets at Yonaguni Airport, the Ishigaki-Yonaguni route will be operated by the Boeing 11-737, which will be the airport's first passenger jet aircraft, replacing the YS-200.
  • 2001
    • April 4: Fukuoka-Naha line goes into service (part of JAL is transferred). Naha - FukushimaTransferred the line from JAL and put it into service (suspended in February 2009).
  • 2002
    • May 2: Our first passenger jet, the Boeing 737-200, has been retired (the only model thereafter is the Boeing 737-400).
    • May 7:Naha - ToyamaLine service (Mid-July until 2005-Summer limited service in August).
    • October: Holding company Japan Airlines System (laterJapan AirlinesAfter the company name was changed to Japan Airlines (merged with Japan Airlines International), the Company became a subsidiary of Japan Airlines International (currently Japan Airlines).
  • 2003
    • March:logo-Changed the aircraft paint design (changed to the "JTA No" logo according to JAL. The first aircraft was changed in February of the same year).
    • May 7: Osaka / Itami-Ishigaki Line goes into service. At the same time, the route from Ishigaki to Osaka / Itami will be via Miyako, so the Miyako → Osaka / Itami route (only one way from Miyako) will also be in service. Along with that, the stopover from Ishigaki to Osaka / Kansai will be Naha Airport. (Both will be suspended in March 2007, but the route from Ishigaki to Osaka / Kansai via Naha will continue until June).
  • 2006
    • May 3: Naha-Kitakyushu line goes into service (suspended on May 2010, 5).
    • October: For some equipmentClass JInitially approved by President Ryoto Imaoka.
  • 2007
    • May 4: Japan Transocean Air, Japan Airlines International,Japan Asian Airlines,JALways,JAL Express,Jay AirOfficially joined "Oneworld" and started service.
    • July 7: Kobe-Naha Line (part of JAL flights transferred), Kobe-Ishigaki Line (from Ishigaki to Kobe via Naha, this will change the waypoint from Ishigaki to Osaka / Kansai again from Naha Airport to Miyako Airport Will be in service).
  • 2008
    • July 7: Transferred Kobe-Naha route from JAL on all flights (some are operated by wet lease as JTA flights by JAL aircraft and crew). Tokyo / Haneda-Naha Line midnight flight suspension.
  • 2009
    • February 2: Nagoya / Chubu-Ishigaki line goes into service (Ishigaki to Nagoya / Chubu is via Naha, so only from Naha, but Naha-Nagoya / Chubu line resumes operation for the first time in 1 years (first to Chubu International Airport) ), Naha-Matsuyama line resumes daily operation (due to suspension of Kochi line).
  • 2010
    • May 5: Kobe-Naha Line, Kobe-Ishigaki Line suspended (this will change the waypoint from Ishigaki to Osaka / Kansai from Miyako Airport to Naha Airport again).
    • May 10: Naha-Matsuyama Line, which was the first regular line outside Okinawa during the predecessor Southwest Airlines era, was suspended.
    • May 10: Fukuoka-Transferred all flights on the Naha line from JAL (however, some flights may be operated by JAL as extra flights).
  • 2011
    • May 3: Nagoya / Chubu-Naha line has been re-transferred from JAL for the first time in 16 years and resumed operation (Naha departure has resumed operation since February 2009 as a stopover from Ishigaki, but the opposite from Nagoya / Chubu to Naha Is the first flight).
    • July: Changed aircraft paint design (first changed aircraft in service from mid-July of the same year)[11].
  • 2012
    • May 3: Nagoya / Chubu-Ishigaki Line suspended.
    • May 7: Osaka / Kansai-Transferred part of the Naha line from JAL (Naha departs as a stopover for Ishigaki departures).
  • 2013
    • May 1: Ishigaki-Yonaguni Line suspended (Ryukyu Air Commuter flights increased as an alternative)[12](Even after the suspension, from February 2th to March 29th of the same year, 3 flights will be operated 17 round trips on Friday and Sunday.[13]
    • May 3: Changed flights to / from Ishigaki from Ishigaki Airport to Painushima Ishigaki Airport. Along with that, the Tokyo / Haneda line and Osaka / Kansai line from Ishigaki became direct.
    • 3: From the current B737-400 in the equipment renewal planB737-800Announced that it will move to.
  • 2016
    • May 1: The first B737-800, JTA's next new aircraft, was received at the delivery center in Boeing Field, North America.
    • May 2: The first B737-800 is in service.
  • 2018
    • May 5: From OkinawaNamie AmuroSpecially designed machine "AMURO JET" to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the entertainment debut and retirement in September will be in service for a limited time[14].
  • 2019
  • 2020
    • April 4: Renewal of uniforms for the first time in 1 years as the JAL Group[19]
  • 2021
    • March 3: New seasonal flights to Nagoya / Chubu-Miyako Line, Nagoya / Chubu-Ishigaki Line resumed[20]..At the same time, with the start of joint underwriting of transportation with JAL on the Tokyo / Haneda-Miyako line, Ishigaki line, and Kumejima (summer operation) line, operation as a JAL flight will start.[21].


Received by Japan Transocean Air on a new aircraftBoeing CompanyThe customer number (customer code) of the aircraft madeQ3So, the model name of the aircraft is 737-2Q3, 737-4Q3, 737-8Q3Becomes

Flight aircraft

Owned equipment

  • Boeing 737-800 : 13 aircraft in operation[22]/ 1 machine (JA350J) Additional introduction from JAL[23][24](As of 2020 year 3 month)
    Became JTA's new flagship aircraftB737With a long body type2014May 3Announced that it has decided to order 12 aircraft[25].2016The first machine received in the United States on January 1The Pacific OceanAfter a ferry flight to the oceanNaha AirportArrived at.Since then, we have been receiving 800 aircraft in sequence, and from February 2, the same year, we will start operating on the Fukuoka-Naha and Naha-Miyako routes.
    JTA's 400 aircraft had 145 or 150 seats, while the 800 aircraft had XNUMX or XNUMX seats.Class J 20 seatsOrdinary seat It has 145 seats and 165 seats. There are some differences in specifications from the Boeing 737-800 operated by Japan Airlines. At JAL, one of the 50 aircraft owned by JAL has the Performance Improvement Program (PIP) applied.[26]However, all JTA-introduced machines are subject to PIP. In addition, the interior will be "Boeing Sky Interior" (BSI) specifications, which was not adopted in JAL-introduced machines, and improvements such as a larger luggage rack than the company's introduced machines will be made. And from the beginning of the introduction, the seats will be JAL SKY NEXT specifications. The class J headrest cover will be a Bingata design, which is a traditional Okinawan craft. JAL SKY Wi-Fi will also be introduced, but while JAL's 800 model uses the US gogo's "Ku band", JTA adopts the US gogo's new method "2Ku band". In order to do so, the service started in 2017[27].

Retired equipment

Equipment until the introduction of YS-11(Both are leased from JAL)

Equipment used after the introduction of YS-11

  • YS-11(1968-1999, 1970 aircraft owned in the late 8s at its peak)
    From the time of its establishment, it was operated as a main aircraft until both Miyako and Ishigaki airports became jets, and then as a quasi-main aircraft until Kumejima Airport became a jet. JA8794 "Fukugi" that remained until the endキ ュ ー バhijackHe has a history of transferring to Southwest Airlines after encountering. In addition, JA8795 "Deigo" is only 6 years in a short period of time.Toa Domestic AirlinesSince I moved to Japan, the period when all eight aircraft were available was just under four years.
  • De Havilland Canada DHC-6(Twin Otter, 1973-2002, 4 aircraft)
    Introduced to accommodate airports where the YS-11 cannot be operated due to the application of Japanese aviation law after returning to the mainland, and subsequently entered service at a small remote island airport with a short runway. Even after the transfer to Ryukyu Air Commuter (RAC) in 1992, maintenance continued to be carried out by Southwest Airlines → Japan Transocean Air.
  • Boeing 737-200(1978-2002, 11 aircraft introduced)
    Operated as the main aircraft from jetting to the introduction of the current Boeing 737-400. By 1988, when the production line was closed, eight machines had been introduced, but they could not keep up with the increasing demand and purchased three used machines by 8. The first JA1993 entered service on the Fukuoka-Naha route of Japan Airlines in the summer of 3, immediately after its introduction. From December of the same year Naha-Miyako Line, next1979In May, the Naha-Ishigaki line went into service and the YS-5 line was jetted.1986Also entered service on the Naha-Matsuyama line, which will be the first mainland line. In 1996, it was nicknamed "Sky Shisa", and each of the nine aircraft in operation at this point was given a different pet name and illustration, such as "Banzai Shisa" and "Shoka Shisa".[28].. All aircraft were retired with flights from Kumejima to Naha on February 2002, 2.[29]
  • Boeing 737-400 (1994-2019)
    1994から2002Introduced 15 aircraft. Since production was discontinued during the introduction, used aircraft operated by overseas airlines were introduced. Later, to replace those aircraft,2009から2011OldJAL ExpressEight aircraft that were operating in Japan were transferred.2010More retirement has begun. A total of 23 aircraft were enrolled, but not all of them were available at the same time.[30].
    主に本土 - 那覇線に使用されるクラスJ 20席・普通席 125席の145席仕様と、主に沖縄県内路線に使用される普通席のみ150席仕様の2タイプが存在している。社名変更後に導入されたため南西航空塗装の737-400は存在しなかったが、新石垣空港の開港を記念し2013年3月5日よりJA8999に「SWALジェット」として南西航空時代の塗装が施された[31].. JA2011 is new in July 7TsurumaruPainting(Later), And started service on July 7, the same year. Aircraft that were operated by JEX continued to operate with the company name notation as JAL EXPRESS, and some aircraft continued to operate with JEX paint even after the merger of JAL and JEX. , JTA's Tsurumaru painting (JA19 is SWAL jet) was gradually repainted, and the painting of all aircraft was changed.
    Nicknamed "Sky Manta" at the beginning of service[16], The character of "Sky Manta" was drawn on the aircraft[15].
    On May 2019, 5, all aircraft were retired with the last flight of the last aircraft (JA31).

Leased equipment from JAL

  • Boeing 767-200(1992-1995): Naha-Nagoya-Yamagata Line Used at the time of service, and the aircraft was painted by JTA.

Equipment reduction

  • JTA announced on January 2012, 1 that it will reduce the number of aircraft from 17 to 16 by January 2013.Cheap airlinePart of the structural reforms ahead of the advance of Okinawa. As a result, in March 2012, the Naha-Kumejima route was reduced and the Nagoya / Chubu-Ishigaki route was suspended. In January 3, the number of flights on the Ishigaki-Yonaguni route was reduced. Naha --Kumejima Line / Ishigaki --Yonaguni Line will be supported by increasing the number of flights of Ryukyu Air Commuter[32].

Airlines and government agencies outsourced maintenance

Bombardier AerospaceCompany equipment

EmbraerCompany equipment

Airframe painting

During the Southwest Airlines era, there was a time when it adopted its own design, but after the company name change, it is basically the same as JAL design.

SWAL era

At the time of establishment
Similar to its predecessor, Ryukyu Airlines, the company name and logo mark were changed based on the design of JAL's blue and red lines at that time. A new logo mark was drawn on the vertical stabilizer. The logo mark is in italics in a ring (not Tsurumaru) made of wings spread by birds.SWALThe whole circle represents the tropical sun and the Hinomaru, and the image of a bird flying between the islands.[33].
2 generation
Introduced at the same time as SWAL's first jet aircraft, the 1978-12, went into service in December 737.[31].. Completely different from JAL's painting, the orange-based line and the letters "Southwest Airlines SOWTHWEST AIR LINES" are applied, and the vertical stabilizer is framed in orange and the same logo mark as at the time of establishment is drawn in the center. Ta[33].. Even after the company name was changed to JTA, some aircraft were used for a while after the logo mark on the tail was removed. In 2013, to commemorate the opening of New Ishigaki Airport, JA8999 was repainted as a "SWAL jet" from the Southwest Airlines era.[31].

JTA era

3 generation
Introduced at the same time as the company name was changed to JTA in 1993. Same as JAL at that timeLandor AssociatesIt is a design that combines gray and red blocks by.However, instead of "JAL", "JTA" (a red block is inserted between Ts,There is no horizontal bar of A) Was replaced, and the vertical stabilizer was based on red instead of Tsurumaru, with gray lines arranged horizontally from the middle part to the bottom, and the base was designed to be gray.[33].
4 generation
Introduced in 2003. With Japan AirlinesJapan Air SystemIt is a design by "The Arc of the Sun" that was adopted at the time of the business integration of. However, instead of "JAL", the logo of "JTA" (there is no horizontal bar of A and there is a box) was placed, and it was written as "JAPAN TRANSOCEAN AIR" next to it.[34].
5 generation
Designed by JAL's Tsurumaru, it is based on white and is in italic surplus.JAPAN TRANSOCEAN AIR", And Tsurumaru is placed on the tail. However, the character of Tsurumaru is "JAL". In addition, the "Uchina no Tsubasa" logo is printed on the nose, and around the doors.DeigoThe silhouettes of are arranged respectively.

Special painting

  • Tie-up with Okinawa Churaumi Aquarium
    • Jinbe Jet: JA8939 → JA05RK
    • Sakura Jinbei: JA8992 → JA06RK
  • Support activities for World Natural Heritage registration
    • From April 2017, 4, three aircraft depicting rare animals living in the area on the main wing tip winglet as part of activities to support the registration of Amami Oshima, Tokunoshima, northern Okinawa Island, and Iriomote Island as World Natural Heritage Sites
      : JA01RK (Yanbaru Kina), JA02RK (Iriomote Wildcat), JA03RK (Amami rabbit, Karate jet and composite painting)
  • Karate jet
    • A specially designed machine, karate jet, will be launched in February 2020 with the aim of widely disseminating the birthplace of "karate", which will be the official event from the Tokyo 2018 Olympic Games, to the world: JA2RK, JA04RK (03 has been restored to normal painting)
  • World Natural Heritage
    • Special design machine of the highest award work at the drawing contest held for elementary and junior high school students living in Kunigami Village, Ogimi Village, Higashi Village, Taketomi Town, which are World Natural Heritage recommended areas from August 2019, 8: JA31RK
  • "Shurijo Castle" special design machine
    • Occurred before dawn on January 2019, 10Shuri CastleIn response to the fire, the "Shurijo Castle" special design machine that designed the symbol of Okinawa, Shurijo Castle, will go into service from January 2020, 1: JA29RK
    • A singer from Okinawa who retired in September of the same year, in service on May 2018, 5.Namie AmuroLimited special design machine that was tie-up with and operated until September 9: JA28RK (normal paint has been restored)
  • Ultraman JET
    • August 2017 "Japanese Anime Sanctuary 8 I Want to Visit" selected by the Anime Tourism AssociationTetsuo KaneshiroA specially designed machine commemorating the selection of "Museum". Operated from October 2018, 10 to September 29, 2019: JA9RK (normal paint has been restored)

Service route

Routes in service as of March 2021, 3

* Routes are operated by JAL flights by joint underwriting of transportation with JAL.[36].

Routes that were once operated

Including routes transferred to group companies

In-flight service

It generally follows Japan Airlines service standards, but differs from Japan Airlines flights in the following points.

  • OwnIn-flight magazine"Coralway] (Bimonthly publication) is available. The content is specialized in Okinawa and you can take it home for free. In addition, Japan Airlines' "SKYWARD] Is also placed.
  • The audio service is characterized by the fact that some channels provided by JAL flights are not broadcast, but the channels of musicians related to Okinawa are set by JTA's original service.
  • Mainland-Okinawa line onlyOrion beerFor sale.
  • In-flight salesThe products will be unique. The items for sale are introduced in "Coralway".

JAL Group Airlines

◎ The JAL GroupInternational Airline Alliance(Alliance) "One worldIs a member.However, airlines marked with * are not affiliated with oneworld due to management measures.In addition, airlines with ★Cheap airline(LCC).

All flights operated by J-Air, Japan Air Commuter, Hokkaido Air System, and some flights operated by Japan Transocean Air are operated as JAL flights by "joint underwriting of transportation".


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  1. ^ This destination island regular route is1956Okinawa Travel AgencyRepublic of China(Taiwan)ofCivil Air Transport CompanyIt was opened under a charter contract with[6].
  2. ^ All Japan Truck AssociationHas nothing to do with.
  3. ^ a b Since there is no refueling facility at Kumejima Airport, only the Kumejima-Tokyo / Haneda Line bound for Tokyo goes through Naha Airport for refueling.[35].


  1. ^ a b c d e f "Corporate Philosophy / Company Profile”. Japan Transocean Air. 2018/7/29Browse.
  2. ^ a b c Corporate Philosophy / Company Profile(Japan Transocean Air) Retrieved April 2020, 4
  3. ^ "71rd Annual Securities Report”. Japan Airlines Co., Ltd. 2021/1/22Browse.
  4. ^ "Company Profile”. Ryukyu Air Commuter Co., Ltd. 2018/7/29Browse.
  5. ^ "About the merger of JTA Trading Co., Ltd. and JAL Okinawa Co., Ltd. (PDF)”. Japan Transocean Air Co., Ltd. (August 2012, 8). 2018/7/29Browse.
  6. ^ "Change of Naha Airport". Naha Airport Project. Cabinet Office Okinawa General Bureau. 2018/7/29Browse.
  7. ^ The 58th Diet Special Committee on Okinawa and Northern Issues No. 12 Thursday, April XNUMX, XNUMX
  8. ^ "Airport history”. Naha Port / Airport Development Office. 2018/7/29Browse.
  9. ^ Example of duplicate flight numbers JL605 flight (Tokyo International AirportNagasaki AirportBetween) ・ NU605 flight (Naha AirportNew Ishigaki Airportwhile)
  10. ^ “Southwest Airlines 2 Line License Nikko Fukuoka-Hakodate Line”. Traffic newspaper (Kotsu Shimbunsha): p. 1. (July 1992, 3) 
  11. ^ JTA launches new design aircraft-Uchina's wings, Japanese wings- (PDF) Japan Transocean Air Press Release July 2011, 7
  12. ^ JTA withdraws from tomorrow's Yonaguni route to RAC independent operation Yaeyama Daily Newspaper, dated January 2013, 1, viewed May 6, 2014
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