JAL Express (JEX)

JAL Express Low-cost Airline

JAL Express

JAL Express (JEX) is the budget subsidiary of Japan Airlines, the country’s flag carrier. The main hub for JAL Express operations is Osaka Itami International Airport.

JAL Express began domestic flights in 1998 and, through codeshares with its parent company, began international services in 2009. Including these codeshares, JAL Express offers flights to 25 locations in Japan and 2 destinations in China.

The JAL Express fleet is comprised of 33 Boeing 737 aircraft. Depending on the flight, the cabin is divided into one (economy) or two (economy and premium J) classes.

Current JAL Express destinations include:

Guangzhou (Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport)
Shanghai (Shanghai Pudong International Airport)

Akita (Akita Airport)
Amami Oshima (Amami Airport)
Fukuoka (Fukuoka Airport)
Iwate-Hanamaki (Hanamaki Airport)
Izumo (Izumo Airport)
Kagoshima (Kagoshima Airport)
Kitakyushu (New Kitakyushu Airport)
Kobe (Kobe Airport)
Kochi (Kochi Ryoma Airport)
Kumamoto (Kumamoto Airport)
Matsuyama (Matsuyama Airport)
Memanbetsu (Memanbetsu Airport)
Miyazaki (Miyazaki Airport)
Nagoya (Chubu Centrair International Airport)
Niigata (Niigata Airport)
Okayama (Okayama Airport)
Okinawa-Naha (Naha Airport)
Osaka (Osaka Itami Airport)
Osaka (Osaka Kansai International Airport)
Tokushima (Tokushima Airport)
Sapporro (New Chitose Airport)
Sendai (Sendai Airport)
Tokyo (Haneda International Airport)
Tokyo (Narita International Airport)
Yamaguchiube (Yamigucheube Airport)