Airlines that Fly to Japan

The great inflight service of Japan Airlines, from Tokyo to Manila



I find JAL stewardesses don't miss a thing and are unfailingly at your service -- at least in business class. They'll happily stow your bags for you -- unlike in many other airlines these days, where they'll happily help you with the luggage, but they won't do the stowing away 100% unless you also put in some effort.

Not that I'm complaining about having to put in some effort to stow my own bags, but it is a very noticeable difference to me because my carry-on bags are always so heavy to stow away.

Don't ask me why. Even today, I was wondering what on earth I had in my bags, to make them so heavy.


The appetizers for the Western meal

Then tonight, business class in Japan Airlines was the 2-2-2 configuration, with 10 rows. It wasn't completely full, but I was never wanting for anything.

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That is true. If you fly on a "foreign" airline

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There are 3 Airline Alliances:
U'll a earn *A LOT* of miles on a roundtrip from California to Vietnam.
For example if you fly JAL via Japan or Cathay Pacific via Hong Kong (or whatever their hub is) you'll earn freq fl miles on American airlines.
I think that will be enough for one domestic reward ticket... (more or less)
When you make a reservation give your AMERICAN, UNITED, DELTA or CONTINENTAL freq flier # instead of signing up with their own program!
In some cases when you book it online - you don't have an option to provide a freq

10 favourite things about Japan  — Vancouver Sun
There is much to like about Japan. After 14-days touring from Tokyo to Takayama, Kanazawa to Kyoto, Osaka to Nara, I am coming away with some lasting impressions and a list of quite a few favourite things.

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Is there any website online where I can book a vacation for anywhere in Italy (preferably Rome) in either July or August 2012? Someplace inexpensive would be nice. :)

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Okay so I would really love the thought of going to Italy for a month in my gap year in 2012 (I know its way off, but I think I should start thinking about it now)

I wanted to go with one of my best friends, but one of them isn't having a gap year and the other just wants to stay in england and save money for university (she's also not a big fan of change and adventure..).

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