Japan Airlines Retires All Domestic Boeing 777s

*uuuhhh thx I guess* ___

Japan Airlines has taken the issue with the 777-200s Pratt & Whitney PW4000 series engine as an opportunity to retire the type. Some of the domestic 777s had been planned for retirement in 2021, but since being grounded for engine checks, more will now leave the fleet ahead of schedule. These will be replaced by the Airbus A350.


This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://simpleflying.com/japan-airlines-777-retirement/
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That’s pretty big news, but a good decision for JAL since they would retire anyway

Also one less operator of PW-powered 777s :cry:

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At least they were not flying and retired peacefully. Positive thing is that the A350 is the successor :tada:

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That’s where ur wrong

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Let’s fly the International 777 from Tokyo Haneda to Naha

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@Ondrej change post ownership to @PlanesAndGames lol

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