About History of Aircraft

History of Aircraft

1991-2000
Introducing the history of JAL aircraft from 1951-1960, which developed in tandem with the history of JAL
High-performance aircraft which left their mark on history are brought back to life online.
  • 1992
    February

    SAAB340B
    Introduced in February 1992.

    The sharp nose and European-style stylish tail are features of the SAAB.

  • 1993-2004
    November

    MD-11
    In service from November 29, 1993 to November 2, 2004.

    The MD-11 was developed as the high-tech successor of the DC-10. The aircraft has three engines, one under each wing and one located at the base of the vertical fin, giving it a distinctive appearance. The MD-11 has a maximum range of over 10,000km. The aircraft also has small extended wing-tips known as "winglets" located above and below the tips of the wings.

  • 1995
    May

    B737-400
    Introduced on May 31, 1995.

    The new generation 737 with new engines, cutting-edge electronic systems, and other improvements. Seats approximately 150 passengers. In service on domestic routes.

  • 1996
    February

    B777-200
    Introduced on February 15, 1996.

    Jointly developed by airline companies and aircraft manufacturers, this is a state-of-the art, high-tech twin-engine aircraft. The aircraft achieves comfort combined with fuel efficiency and low noise.

  • 1998
    July

    B777-300
    Introduced on July 28, 1998.

    Jointly developed by airline companies and aircraft manufacturers, this is a state-of-the art, high-tech twin-engine aircraft. The aircraft achieves comfort combined with fuel efficiency and low noise.
    The B777-300 was developed as a stretch version of the B777-200, and its fuselage is the world's longest, 3.2m longer than the B747-400. This aircraft can seat 477 passengers, a true jumbo jet. The aircraft features six tires on each of the main landing gear.