oneworld Alliance Member Airlines’ Changes to Minimum Requirements for Through Check-in
Thank you for your patronage of the JAL Group.
oneworld alliance member airlines have agreed to change their minimum requirements for through check-in (issue of boarding pass and carriage of baggage to the final destination between connecting flights). This applies only to the following situations.
- ·Passengers traveling on a single ticket.
- ·Where segments are ticketed separately but show the same booking code.
Japan Airlines will continue to honor all tickets, including those with different PNR/booking codes, and make our best efforts to provide through check-in service to the final destination in compliance with industry rules/procedures. However, if your first flight is not a Japan Airlines flight (including codeshare flights operated by other airlines) in a connecting itinerary, and you hold separate tickets with different PNR/booking codes, you may encounter situations in which through check-in service may not be offered to the final destination for your seat assignment and baggage.
Should such situations occur, you may have to check-in again at the transiting airport, which will require a longer connection time.
|·Passengers traveling on a single ticket.
·Where segments are ticketed separately but show the same booking code.
|JAL flight||→||oneworld alliance member airlines||○||○|
|oneworld alliance member airlines||→||JAL flight||○||× *|
- *Longer connection times will be required.
October 3, 2016