Japan Airlines Boosts Chicago-Narita Service

Japan Airlines says on March 26, it will ramp up service between Chicago and Tokyo's Narita International Airport to two nonstops a day. The carrier currently operates 10 roundtrips a week on the route. Japan Airlines uses three-cabin Boeing 747-400 aircraft on the route and beginning later this month will begin a gradual introduction of high-speed wireless Internet access on the route.

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