• Bloomberg


Japan Airlines Co., which bought its first Airbus SE planes four years ago, is considering adding to its pending order of wide-body A350s as it seeks to increase routes to India and North America.

The carrier has ordered 31 A350s scheduled for delivery starting in 2019 and has options to buy 25 more. JAL may use some of these options to boost capacity for international growth, President Yoshiharu Ueki said in an interview last Thursday in Tokyo.

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