Japan Airlines deploys larger B-777 aircraft to Guam service

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The B-777 service kicked off on Aug. 1 replacing the B-767 aircraft that JAL used to use in its Guam service.

Japan Airlines has started to service Guam with its larger B-777 aircraft that offers 130 more additional seats daily from Narita.

The B-777 service kicked off on Aug. 1 replacing the B-767 aircraft that JAL used to use in the route. The B-777 is environmentally friendly and 20 percent more fuel-efficient than the 747-400 and produces less noise and exhaust.

“We are more than pleased to service our customers with an expansion of 113 seats on board ,” said Jason Mondina, Assistant Administration/Passenger Traffic Japan Airlines Co., Ltd., Guam Regional Office.

In addition to the new aircraft, Japan Airlines has also started a new lounge which is situated in the Sagan Bisita Lounge of the Guam International Airport where there is a designated area exclusively for JAL passengers.

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