Japan Airlines, also known as JAL, is Japan's national flag carrier, flying to over 220 destinations worldwide with a fleet of over 150 aircraft. The airline is headquartered in Shinagawa, Tokyo, with hubs at Narita International Airport and Haneda Airport. Excluding codeshare agreements, JAL provides 4,500 international monthly flights across Asia, the Americas, Europe and Oceania, as well as around 26,000 domestic flights monthly.
If you're looking to immerse yourself in Japanese culture and want to experience city-hopping across Japan, then booking multi-city Japan Airlines flights through Alternative Airlines makes this possible. For example, you could start in Tokyo, fly to a variety of smaller cities such as Tokushima, Fukuoka, Izumo and the Oki Islands, and then end your trip in Osaka. It sounds stressful to plan, but it doesn't have to be. Our guide explains how to book multi-city flights with Japan Airlines through the Alternative Airlines multi-city search tool, letting you book all your flights in one place.
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Multi-city flights (also known as multi-stop flights) are flights between 2 or more cities/destinations all in one trip. For example, you can explore all that Japan has to offer by starting your trip in Tokyo, flying with Japan Airlines through Osaka, Fukuoka and Sapporo, before ending your journey in Nagoya. Connecting flights or transfers don't give you the option to fully explore these cities that you land in - this is what makes multi-city flights with Japan Airlines a popular, flexible option where you can spend as much time as you want to in each destination and make the most out of your trip.
Japan is a beautiful gateway to Oriental Asia, full of famous landmarks such as Mount Fuji, Himeji Castle, Tokyo Tower and more. Why just visit Tokyo when you can pack more into your trip and really take in the Japanese culture? Whether you're flying into Japan from the UK, US or Europe, multi-city flights in Japan will let you make the most out of your trip.
Popular Multi-City Stops In Japan
Take a look at the most popular multi-city routes in Japan:
Tokyo ✈ to Osaka ✈ to Fukuoka
Sapporo ✈ to Nagoya ✈ to Tokyo
Sendai ✈ to Fukuoka ✈ to Kagoshima
Nagasaki ✈ to Tokyo ✈ to Misawa