Japan Airlines and Malaysia Airlines commence Joint-Business
Japan Airlines (JL) and Malaysia Airlines (MH) are set to launch a joint business partnership, on 25 July 2020, where the two carriers will cooperate commercially on flights between Malaysia and Japan.
Through this Joint Business, JL and MH will take on new challenges to further enhance convenience between Japan and Malaysia and allow customers to benefit from more flight choices.
At the same time, JL and MH are committed to uphold the highest standards in aircraft safety and hygiene procedures to protect their passengers and employees.
With the significant shift in consumer expectations on air travel post COVID-19, they have adjusted to the new norm with modifications to offerings on ground and onboard as well as processes and procedures from check-in, boarding and arrival to uphold the highest safety and health standards.
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|JL723||Tokyo(Narita) - Kuala Lumpur||11:20 - 17:45||Mon, Thu||Wed, Sun|
|JL724||Kuala Lumpur - Tokyo(Narita)||22:50 - 7:05(next day)||Tue, Fri||Tue, Fri|
|MH71||Tokyo(Narita) - Kuala Lumpur||10:15 - 16:20||Mon, Thu||Mon, Thu|
|MH70||Kuala Lumpur - Tokyo(Narita)||9:15 - 17:25||Wed, Sun||Wed, Sun|
- The schedule is as of 10 July 2020. All times are stated in local time.
- The schedule and aircraft are subject to change without notice.
- Flights and schedules are subject to government approval.
Free Rebooking for Even Greater Flexibility
To allow our customers to book their travel with peace of mind, some international fares allow reservations to be changed free of charge.
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In order to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus and to maintain a safe, secured environment for our customers and employees, the JAL Group has adopted a wide range of necessary precautions.