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About JAL Group

History of the JAL Group

Since Japan Airlines Co.,Ltd. was founded in 1951 as Japan's first postwar airline, the JAL Group, together with its customers, ventured into the skies of Japan with unwavering dedication and ingenuity. In addition all employees study and pass on valuable lessons drawn from the 2010 bankruptcy and accidents and continuously embrace challenge and innovation.

Businesses Domains

The JAL Group conduct its businesses in 4 domains(full service carrier(FSC), low cost carrier(LCC), cargo and mail, and mileage, lifestyle and infrastructure)

Pie chart showing the FY2023 revenue of each business domain

FY2021 Revenue:682.7 billions of yen

International Passenger(FSC)
10.1% (68.7 billions of yen)
Domestic Passenger(FSC)
34.4% (235.1 billions of yen)
Cargo and Mail
32.0% (218.3 billions of yen)
0.9% (6.0 billions of yen)

Traffic Results and Data

Domestic Flights

Traffic Results(FY2023)


Number of airports


Number of routes


As of March 31, 2024

International Flights

Traffic Results(FY2023)

Group-operated flights (FY2023)
Group-operated flights
112 flights/day
Number of countries and regions served
66 countries and regions
Number of airports
384 airports
As of March 31, 2024

Operational rate (domestic and international total)

98.27 % (cumulative)

On-time arrival rate (domestic and international total)

80.86 % (cumulative)

JAL Vision 2030 and Management Strategy

The JAL Group aims to become the world's most preferred and valued airline group by implementing JAL Vision 2030, which focuses on "creating a safe and secure society" and "building a sustainable future." To achieve this goal, all employees will work together to implement the JAL Group FY2021-2025 Medium Term Management Plan, which revolves around ESG strategies.

Figure showing the JAL vision 2030
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