JAL Group to Add More Boeing 767-300ERs to Its Fleet

JAL Group will increase its Boeing 767 fleet to 40 airplanes by 2006 under an agreement with The Boeing Company and Mitsubishi Corporation for seven new Boeing 767-300ER airplanes. The carrier will use the two-class, 237-seat airplanes on domestic and regional networks, under an operating lease with Mitsubishi Corporation. With this order, air carriers in Japan account for 34 percent of Boeing Commercial Airplanes' 2003 year-to-date orders.

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