JAL

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AcronymDefinition
JALJalisco (Mexican state)
JALJapan Air Lines
JALJalapa (Guatemala territorial division)
JALJava Access Layer
JALJava Abstraction Layer
JALJini Access Layer
JALJust Another Language
JALJxta Abstraction Layer
JALJava Application Layer
JALJava Application Loader
JALJunior Achievement Latvia
JALJump And Link
JALJournal of Academic Librarianship (Elsevier, BV)
JALJapan Airlines Company, Ltd.
JALJournal of Applied Linguistics
JALJob Arrangement Letter
JALJACK Agent Language
JALJet Approach Landing
JALJournal des Annonces Légales (French: Journal of Legal Announcements)
JALJump Adjustment Library (Tira Wireless Proprietary API)
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Airbus clinched its first jet order from Japan Air Lines in 2013, cracking a big national market long dominated by the European firm's main rival, Boeing.
Japan Air Lines had some internal issues and dropped the Fairbanks flights.
Pyongyang also pledged to cooperate in handing over Japanese leftist radicals who commandeered a Japan Air Lines passenger jet to North Korea in 1970.
The IDA board also authorized $417 million in tax-exempt bonds for Terminal One Group Association, an entity that includes Compagnie Nationale Air France, Japan Air Lines, Korean Air Lines and Deutsche
The grand prize -- to children at Lincoln Elementary School in Salt Lake City for "Grandma Evelyn, Our Inspiration," about an aide 89 years young -- includes a trip to Japan by Japan Air Lines.
Hay muchas companias que vuelan a Honolulu, entre ellas Hawaiian Air, United Airlines, American Airlines, Contienental, Air New Zealand, Canadian Airlines International, Japan Air Lines o Qantas.
Japan August 12, 1985: Japan Air Lines 747 crashes into a mountain on a domestic flight; 520 killed.
Quantronix' Anderson notes how Japan Air Lines (JAL) cargo planes "had been bulking out before they reached their maximum weight." A single cubing and weighing system was installed at JAL.
Aeromexico 800-237-6639 Alaska Airlines 800-252-7522 El Al Israel Airlines 800-223-6700 Frontier Airlines 800-432-1359 Hawaiian Airlines 800-367-5320 Japan Air Lines 800-525-3663 Korean Air 800-438-5000 Northwest Airlines 800-225-2525 Trans World Airlines 800-221-2000 Virgin Atlantic Airways 800-862-8621
According to Commerzbank analyst Paul Migliorato in Tokyo, "If an airline is in a position to expand, it is Japan Air Lines, but I'd be surprised.
has made two tentative decisions to impose trade countermeasures against Japan in the airline dispute, FedEx maintains that the government hasn't really taken any meaningful action, and, in fact, has strengthened the authority of Japanese carriers such as Japan Air Lines and Nippon Cargo Airlines to operate in this country.
In August, 1985, 520 people died when a Japan Air Lines Boeing 747 crashed into a mountain on a domestic flight
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