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FORMED AND STARTED OPERATIONS IN 1967. FORMERLY SOUTHWEST AIR LINES OF OKINAWA. DOMESTIC & REGIONAL, SCHEDULED & CHARTER, PASSENGER & CARGO, JET AIRPLANE SERVICES.
3-24 YAMASHITA-CHO, NAHA
OKINAWA 900-0027, JAPAN
JAPAN WAS ESTABLISHED IN 660, IT COVERS AN AREA OF 377,815, SQ KM, ITS POPULATION IS 125 MILLION, ITS CAPITAL CITY IS TOKYO, AND ITS OFFICIAL LANGUAGE IS JAPANESE.
APRIL 1993: JAPAN AIR LINES (JAL) OWNS 51%.
TO ISHIGAKI, KAGOSHIMA, KUME, MATSUYAMA, MIYAKO, NAGOYA, OKAYAMA, SHIMOJI, YONAGUNI, YORON, & TOKYO.
1 737-205, BRAATHENS (BRT) LEASED.
JULY 1994: 4 ORDERS 737-400'S.
FEBRUARY 1995: 1 737-4Q3 (PW402) DELIVERY.
SEPTEMBER 1995: 1 737-4Q3 (26605), JAPAN AIRLINES (JAL) LEASED. 2 767'S WET-LEASED, RETURNED TO (JAL).
JANUARY 1996: FOR 1ST TIME IN 4 YEARS, JAPAN TRANSOCEAN AIR (SWL) REPORTED A PROFIT FOR LAST 6 MONTHS.
(SWL) TO DO ENGINEERING & MAINTENANCE FUNCTION ON JAPAN AIRLINES (JAL) 737-400'S. DOES TRANSIT MAINTENANCE FOR (JAL) 767, AT NAHA SUBSIDIARY RYUKYU AIR COMMUTER (RAC).
3 ORDERS DHC-8'S TO REPLACE -6 MODELS (JANUARY 1997).
APRIL 1996: FISCAL YEAR (FY) 1995 = +$1.1 MILLION (1ST PROFIT IN 6 YEARS).
JULY 1996: GROUND PROXIMITY SYSTEM (GPS) TO BE INSTALLED ON 7 737-200'S BY COLLINS BECAUSE OF 3 HOUR OVERWATER FLIGHTS.
AUGUST 1996: FLIGHT CREW STRIKE PROTESTING EXCESSIVE HOURS.
1 737-400 WET-LEASED TO JAPAN ASIA AIRWAYS (JAA) FOR CHARTER FLIGHTS OUT OF ISHIGAKI ISLANDS TO TAIPEI. THIS IS A CHANCE TO EVALUATE AND TRAIN FOR INTERNATIONAL OPERATIONS - REPORTED BY JAPAN TRANSOCEAN AIR (SWL) COMPANY NEWSPAPER.
DECEMBER 1996: POSSIBLE CANADIAN MARCONI CMA-900 (GPS) INSTALLATION ON 737-200'S. INSTALLATION PAYBACK IN 1 YEAR, FROM FUEL COST SAVINGS.
APRIL 1997: 750 EMPLOYEES.
JUNE 1997: YOSIO IWAO, PRESIDENT, REPLACES M OKUNO (WHO RETIRED).
OCTOBER 1997: 2 ORDERS (1998) 737-400'S (24129; 24130), EX-HAPAG LLOYD (HAP). INTERIOR CONFIGURATION AT TRAMCO (BFG).
DECEMBER 1997: 737-205 (23467) RETURNED TO (PLM). 737-200 (PN454), NISSHO IWAI OWNED, TO (ARM).
JANUARY 1998: HIDEO HIRAMOTO PROJECT ENGINEERING MANAGER REPLACED MR HASHIMOTO, WHO RETURNED TO JAPAN AIRLINES (JAL).
1 737-400 (24129), EX-HAPAG LLOYD (HAP), MODIFICATIONS AT (TRAMCO) (BFG), INCLUDING DUAL (FMC) INSTALLATION. +3 ORDERS 737-400'S.
FEBRUARY 1998: LOCAL MEDIA REPORTS POSSIBLE NEW START-UP OPERATOR CALLED "SOUTHERN CROSS," A RESEARCH COMPANY, SERVICES BETWEEN NAHA, (OKINAWA), AND TOKYO (HANEDA). FORMED BY 32 LOCAL COMPANIES, PREFERS 737-700, WITH FLIGHT CREWS (FC), A MIXTURE OF FOREIGN AND JAPANESE, AND LIMITED MAINTENANCE CAPABILITY.
MARCH 1998: CIVIL AVIATION BUREAU OF JAPAN INCREASED THE EXTENDED TWIN-ENGINE OPERATIONS (ETOPS) APPROVAL FROM 120 TO 180 MINUTES.
FISCAL YEAR (FY) 1998 = +4.4% PASSENGERS (PAX).
APRIL 1998: PLANS TO SELL 3 737-200'S, BY THE END OF 1998, AND INSTALL HUSHKITS ON REMAINING 5.
JUNE 1998: 2 737-400'S (PW405; PW406) DELIVERIES.
JULY 1998: H HIRAMOTO GENERAL MANAGER ENGINEERING; T YAMAKAWA GENERAL MANAGER QUALITY ASSURANCE; C MAEKAWA MANAGER SYSTEM ENGINEERING; S NAGATOMI MANAGER AIRCRAFT ENGINEERING/TECHNICAL PUBLICATIONS.
2 737-200'S TO VASP (VSP), INCLUDING (PK523). EVALUATING CHARTER FLIGHTS TO XIAMEN (737-400).
SEPTEMBER 1998: NEW ROUTE TO KOCHI, JAPAN MAINLAND (737-200).
NOVEMBER 1998: 737-4Q3 (29485) DELIVERY. SOLD 2 737-2Q3'S (23367; 22736) TO VASP (VSP).
JANUARY 1999; 1 737-4Q3 (29486, JA8939), & 737-4K5 (24130, JA8954), EX-HAPAG LLOYD (HAP).
MARCH 1999: SALE OF LAST 2 737-2Q3'S TO VASP (VSP) WAS CANCELED.
APRIL 1999: 750 EMPLOYEES.
MAY 1999: TO INSTALL (TCAS) SYSTEM UNDER COLLINS SUPPLEMENTAL TYPE CERTIFICATE (STC) FOR TTR920 SYSTEM IN 10/99 ON 5 737-200'S (PN451; PN456; PN526; PN527; & PN528).
2 737-2Q3'S (22367; 22736), SOLD TO EUROPEAN CAPITAL.
JULY 1999: TAKAO IMAI SENIOR VP ENGINEERING & MAINTENANCE, EX-JAPAN AIRLINES (JAL). SHIGEO TAKAHASHI GENERAL MANAGER MAINTENANCE ADMINISTRATION, ENGINEERING & TRAINING, EX-(JAL) NARITA, REPLACES KENJI KOBAYASHI, WHO RETURNED TO (JAL).
SEPTEMBER 1999: ALL YS-11 AIRPLANES WITHDRAWN FROM SERVICE. AIRPLANES SOLD TO THE PHILIPPINES. 737-4Q3 (3122-29487, JA8940) DELIVERY.
DECEMBER 1999: 737-200'S (22367; 22736), RETURNED TO EUROPEAN CAPITAL, LEASED TO LANPERU (LPU).
MARCH 2000: 1 737-4K5 (2394-27102), EX-HAPAG LLOYD (HAP), AFTER "D" CHECK AT (TRAMCO) (BFG).
APRIL 2000: 750 EMPLOYEES.
MR SUZUKA GENERAL MANAGER ENGINEERING, REPLACES MR HIRAMOTO, EX-JAPAN AIRLINES (JAL).
MAY 2000: MR ICHINOZAWA PRESIDENT REPLACES MR IWAO, WHO RETIRED. MR YAMADA VP MAINTENANCE, BECOMES PRESIDENT OF RYUKYU AIR COMMUTER.
OF 5 737-200'S, 2 WILL BE RETURNED TO LESSORS, & REMAINING 3, TO BE REPLACED BY 737-400'S.
JULY 2000: 1999 = 66.8% LF (LOAD FACTOR); 2.21 MILLION PASSENGERS (PAX) (+4.6%); 750 EMPLOYEES.
737-2Q3 (24103) RETURNED TO LESSOR, LEASED GULF FALCON (GFG).
AUGUST 2000: BY END OF 4/01, ALL JAPAN AIRLINES (JAL) 737-400'S TO BE TRANSFERRED TO JAL EXPRESS (JEX), WITH ENGINEERING & MAINTENANCE BY JAPAN TRANSOCEAN AIR (SWL). CAPTAIN'S WILL BE EX-PATRIOT PILOTS (FC).
DHC-6-300 (492, N300BC), RETURNED TO LESSOR.
FEBRUARY 2001: WILL RETIRE ITS LAST 737-200 IN 2002-03.
MARCH 2001: IN 2001-05, TO FUKUOKA/FUKUSHIMA (737-400, DAILY) TAKEN OVER FROM JAPAN AIRLINES (JAL).
2 737-429'S (25247; 25248), EX-SABENA (SAB), (CIT) AEROSPACE (TCI) LEASED, MODIFICATIONS AT TRAMCO (BFG).
APRIL 2001: +14 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 10 CAIN ATTENDANTS (CA), 4 CLERICAL) (764).
MAY 2001: TO FUKUSHIMA, AND TO FUKUOKA.
2000 FISCAL YEAR (FY) = +$11 MILLION: 2.27 MILLION PASSENGERS (PAX) RECORD!
+2 ORDERS 737-429'S (25226; 25223), EX-SABENA (SAB), & 1 ORDER 737-4K5 (27830), EX-HAPAG LLOYD (HAP).
MAY 2001: MR HOSOHAWA PRESIDENT.
JUNE 2001: 1 737-205 (23464) RETURNED TO (TOMEN) CORPORATION, VIA BRAATHENS (BRT).
JULY 2001: 1 737-429 (25226, /91), EX-SABENA (SAB). 1 767-300, JAPAN AIRLINES (JAL) WET-LEASED UNTIL THE END OF 2001-08.
AUGUST 2001: SIGNS CHARTER FLIGHT CONTRACT WITH TOKYO TOUR OPERATOR, TO OPERATE 74 CHARTER FLIGHTS (37 R/T) TO 7 AIRPORTS IN NORTHERN JAPAN SUCH AS AOMORI, SENDAI, AKITA, HANAMAKI, YAMAGATA, SHONAI, AND FUKUSHIMA.
DECEMBER 2001: PAINTS NEW 4-LEAF CLOVER LOGO ON 13 OF ITS AIRPLANES TO SYMBOLIZE THE WARMTH OF THE OKINAWAN PEOPLE AND HAS A SLOGAN "DON'T WORRY, COME ON IN TO OKINAWA!"
APRIL 2002: IN 2002-07, TO TOYAMA, THE CAPITAL OF THE TOYAMA PREFECTURE IN CENTRAL HONSHU, FACING THE JAPAN SEA (737-400).
711 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 132 FLIGHT CREW (FC); 163 CAIN ATTENDANTS (CA); & 214 MAINTENANCE TECHNICIANS (MT)).
OWNERS/SHAREHOLDERS: JAPAN AIRLINES (JAL) (51%); NAHA AIRPORT TERMINAL (17%); OKINAWA PREFECTURE (12.9%).
June 2002: Resumes Tokyo (HND) to Kumejima (737-400, daily).
July 2002: 737-4K5 (JA8930) painted to promote "PAPAS ISLAND" and 737-429 (JA8932) painted to promote "OKINAWA CAMPAIGN."
November 2002: 737-2Q3 (23117) sold to Sky Airlines (SSV).
February 2003: Changed tail logo for 1st time since 1993 to a 4 leaf clover design.
April 2003: 711 employees (including 132 (FC), 163 (CA), & 214 (MT).
September 2003: 2002 = +$3.5 Million (+5 Million): 1.76 Billion (RPK) (+3.6%); 2.4 Million (PAX) (+2.1%).
2002 TOP WORLD AIRLINES TRAFFIC (RPK) (Billion):
167 (GBA) 2.24; 168 (RYN) 2.23; 169 (GRD) 2.01; 170 (BRIT AIR) 1.93; 171 (FAT) 1.86; 172 (CUB) 1.84; 173 (SWL) 1.76; 174 (PINNACLE) 1.76; 175 (MEA) 1.75; 176 (NUI) 1.74; 177 (URAL) 1.73; 178 (CRM) 1.73.
May 2004: Integrated materials management agreement under which Boeing will be responsible for the purchasing, inventory, management and logistics of Japan Transocean Air (SWL)'s expendable airplane parts, to "significantly reduce (SWL)'s operating costs."
May 2005: Japan Transocean Air (SWL) operates domestic, jet airplane services from Naha on the island of Okinawa. (SWL) also offers charter flights.
707 employees (including 135 Flight Crew (FC); 174 Cain Attendants (CA); & 248 Maintenance Technicians (MT)).
(IATA) Code: NU - 353. (ICAO) Code: JTA - (Callsign - JAI OCEAN).
Parent organization/shareholders: Japan Airlines International(JAL) (51.1%); others (19.1%); Naha Airport Terminal (17%); & Okinawa Prefecture (12.9%).
Owns: Ryukyu Air Commuter (RAC) (69.8%).
Main Base: Okinawa Naha airport (OKA).
Domestic, Scheduled Destinations: Fukuoka; Fukushima; Ishigaki; Kochi; Komatsu; Kume Jima; Matsuyama; Miyako Jima; Okayama; Okinawa; Osaka; Tokyo; & Yonaguni Jima.
June 2006: Japan Airlines (JAL) at a meeting in Paris, received a formal invitation to join the Oneworld (ONW) alliance, 7 months after the world's largest unaligned carrier announced its intentions. The mainline will be integrated by early next year and (JAL)/(JAS) Group members JALways (JAI), Japan Asia Airways (JAA), JAL Express (JEX), J-Air and Japan Transocean Air (SWL) will join as affiliate members. American Airlines (AAL) is (JAL)'s principal sponsor, assisted by Cathay Pacific Airways (CAT). (JAL) and its affiliates will add 47 destinations to (ONW)'s network.
"Japan Airlines (JAL) and the Oneworld (ONW) alliance have been able to conclude all necessary membership agreements extremely speedily, which signals excellent working relationships going forward," (JAL) (CEO) designate Haruka Nishimatsu said.
(SWL) already has interline e-ticketing agreements in place with (AAL) and British Airways (BAB) and will link up with (CAT) within months. Remaining members, plus new recruits Malev Hungarian Airlines (HGA) and Royal Jordanian (RJA), will be online by the time (JAL) joins next year. Oneworld (ONW) said it is the only alliance with interline e-ticketing among all its members.
Following Star (SAL) Alliance's lead, Oneworld (ONW) will consolidate its operations at Tokyo Narita's Terminal 2. Most members of (SAL) will operate out of T1. Qantas (QAN) and (JAL) already are housed in T2, and (AAL), Cathay (CAT) and Finnair (FIN) will relocate from T1 in 2007 and build their own lounges. (BAB) will remain in T1.
Narita spent $10 million to upgrade T2 last year. A $170 million investment starting this year will include a refurbishment of the check-in and security screening area, more user-friendly flight information displays, increased shopping areas and two new gates, bringing T2's total to 30.
February 2007: The Oneworld (ONW) alliance confirmed that Royal Jordanian (RJA), Japan Airlines (JAL)/(JAS), and Malev Hungarian Airlines (HGA) will join the alliance as full members on April 1. 5 additional subsidiaries of JAL Group (JAL)/(JAS) will join the same day as affiliates: JALways (JAI), Japan Asia Airways (JAA), JAL Express (JEX), J-AIR and Japan Transocean Air (SWL). At the same time, Aer Lingus (ARL) will withdraw from the alliance. 3 other airlines are lining up to join as affiliates in 2007: Dragonair (DRG), LAN Argentina (LNR), and (LAN) Ecuador (LNE). The membership changes will expand (ONW)'s reach to almost 700 airports, nearly 150 countries and 9,000 daily departures by around 2,500 airplanes.
April 2007: Japan Transocean Air (SWL), part of the (JAL) Group (JAL)/(JAS), ordered 10 firm (CFM56-3) Advanced Upgrade kits valued at approximately $15 million, plus +20 options. (SWL) currently operates 5 engines equipped with the Advanced Upgrade. (CFM) said the new order with the options, which began delivery in the 1st quarter, will enable (SWL) to upgrade the majority of its (CFM56-3)s by 2010.
May 2007: Starting July 1st, Kobe to Ishigaki, using 737-400s.
May 2008: Japan's Ministry of Land, Infrastructure & Transport announced the following policies that will take effect when Tokyo Haneda's 4th runway opens in 2010, the Center for Asia Pacific Aviation reported: Night curfew will be reduced to 10 pm from 11 pm, to "allow more convenient schedules for USA and European flights," international slots will be restricted to 30,000 until October 2010, and eventually will increase to 60,000, with new slots going to "expansion of Asian city routes where business need is strongest," and domestic slots will double to 20,000 annually.
March 2009: Japan TransOcean Air (SWL) is an affiliate member of the Oneworld (ONW) alliance.
The Japanese economy shrank -13% last quarter, the most since 1974.
October 2012: Orient Thai Airlines (OTH) has taken delivery of a 1st ex-Japan Transocean Air (SWL) 737-400 (25248, HS-BRE).
January 2014: Japanese regional carriers Japan Transocean Air (SWL), J-AIR and Ryukyu Air Commuter (RAC) have selected (AMOS) as their joint airplane maintenance management software.
(AMOS), developed by Swiss Aviation Software (Swiss AS), manages airplane maintenance, engineering and logistics in fulfillment with all airworthiness standards. In 2013, Swiss AS and Lufthansa Systems (LHS) established an (AMOS) business unit in Singapore in an effort to reach more Asia-Pacific region airlines and operators.
Challenges in transitioning to (AMOS) include data cleansing and modeling of the desired joint maintenance process among the three carriers, according to Lufthansa Systems (LHS).
All three carriers, (SWL), J-AIR and (RAC) are subsidiaries of Japan Airlines (JAL)/(JAS).
"In order to grow further as a regional airline even in the situation of severe competition between airlines in Japan, J-AIR decided to introduce a state-of-the-art tool for aircraft maintenance to ensure more efficiency and safety. As a result of careful consideration, (AMOS) turned out to be exactly what we’re looking for. By co-introducing (AMOS) with (SWL) and (RAC), I also expect synergies of increasing the overall strength of the (JAL) Group," said Yasuhiro Takebayashi, Director of Maintenance, J-AIR.
April 2014: Japan Transocean Air (SWL), a member of the (JAL) Group, has selected 12 Boeing 737-800 airplanes in an order valued at $1.1 billion at list prices.
The 737-800s, which are scheduled to enter into service (EIS) from 2016, marks the start of (SWL)’s fleet renewal program. As part of the agreement, (SWL) will have the option to switch to the 737 MAX family of airplanes.
(SWL)’s new 737-800s will be powered by (CFM) International (CFM56-7) engines. According to (CFM), the engine order is valued at $260 million at current list prices. (SWL) will have the flexibility to switch to the (LEAP-1B)-powered Boeing 737 MAX.
May 2014: Japan Transocean Air (SWL)), a member of the (JAL) Group, has finalized an order for 12 Boeing 737-800s in an order valued at $1.1 billion at list prices.
SEE ATTACHED - - "SWL-737-800 - 2014-05."
The arrival of the new airplanes in 2016 will mark the start of (SWL)’s fleet renewal program. As part of the agreement, (SWL) will also have the flexibility to switch to the 737 MAX family of airplanes. “This order is a key part of our strategy to bring the highest levels of comfort, amenity and convenience to the people of Okinawa, by continuing to operate the most reliable and fuel-efficient airplanes available today and in the future,” Manabu Sato President of (SWL) and Executive Officer at Japan Airlines (JAL), said.
Based in Okinawa, Japan’s southernmost major island chain, Japan Airlines Group member, (SWL) currently operates a fleet of 737-400 airplanes on domestic routes linking Okinawa with major Japanese cities as well as other Okinawa islands.
December 2014: 737-4Q3 (26605, JA8525), and (737-446 (28097, JA8994), purchased off lease.
February 2015: Tokyo’s Narita International Airport plans to open its dedicated low-cost carrier (LCC) terminal in early April. The 66,000 sq m Terminal 3 has 5 contact stands for narrow body airplanes and 2 contact stands for wide body airplanes. It will increase capacity by +7.5 million passengers per year, Narita deputy Vice Chairman Cargo Fumio Gunji said.
“The total investment for T3 is around $130 million “Narita deputy VP Aviation Marketing Koichi Okawara said.
Currently, 13 low cost carriers (LCC) (4 of them based in Japan) operate out of Narita during the current winter schedule, creating about 21.5% market share of the total.
December 2015: Japan TransOcean Air (SWL) begins 2x-daily, Okinawa to Fukuoka and to Miyakojima flights in February.
February 2016: Japan TransOcean Air (SWL) has taken delivery of its 1st 737 Next Generation, 737-8Q3WL (5722-61475, JAO1RK), ex-(N6066U).
(SWA) operates an all-Boeing (TBC) fleet comprising 12 737-400s, most of them allocated by Japan Airlines (JAL)/(JSA), its parent company.
January 2017: 737-8Q3 (61477, JA03RK), delivery.
May 2017: 737-8Q3 (61478, JAO4RK), delivery.
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0 737-2Q3 (JT8D) (24103, RETURNED LEASED TO (IND) 2000-11) (1033-23117, /84 JA8492; 241-23481, /86 250), FOR LEASE/SALE BY (ECC). 23117 SOLD TO (SSV) 2002-11. 2 WFU.
0 737-205 (JT8D) (1223-23464, /86 25 28; 66-23469, /86 22 25), EX-(BRT), (JA8528, TOMEN CORPORATION LEASED; 23466, (ZYX) LEASED), 23464 RETURNED 2001-06. 23469 RETIRED 2002-02.
0 737-400 (CFM56-3), (JAL) LEASED, 2 WET-LEASED (JEX).
0 737-4K5 HGW (CFM56-3C1) (1783-24129, /89 JA8953; 1827-24130, /90 JA8954; 2394-27102, /92 JA8930), EX-(HAP), (JAE) LEASED; 27104; 27130) (2670-27830, /94 JA8934), 150Y.
0 737-4Q3 (CFM56-3C1) (2618-26603, /94 JA8523; 2684-26604, /95 JA8524; 2752-26605, /95 JA8525; 2898-26606, /97 JA8526; 3043-27660, /98 JA-8597; 3085-29485, /98 JA8938; 3088-29486, /99 JA8939; 3122-29487, /99 JA8940), (26603; HAS "KYUSHUU-OKINAWA SUMMIT MEETING" ON AFT FUSELAGE). 29487; SOLD TO PETRUS AIRCRAFT 2013-11, RE-REGISTERED AS (N4935A), FERRIED TO DOTHAN FOR CARGO CONVERSION. 150Y.
0 737-429 (CFM56-3C1) (2106-25247, /91 JA8931; 2120-25248, /91 JA8932; 2104-25226, /91 JA8933), EX-(SAB), (TCI) LEASED 2001-03, 25248 TO (OTH) 2012-10. 150Y.
6 737-446 (CFM56-3C1) (2718-27916, /95 JA8991; 2729-27917, /95 JA8992; 2812-28087, /96 JA8993; 2907-28097 /97 JA8994; 2911-28831, /97 JA8995; 2953-28832, /97 JA8996; 3044-28994, /98 JA8998; 3111, /99 JA8999), 20C, 125Y,
8 +4 ORDERS 737-8Q3 (CFM56-7B) (5722-61475, JA01RK, 2016-02; 61477, JA03RK 2018-08 - SEE PHOTO, 2017-01; 61478, JA04RK; JA04RK; JAO5RK, 2018-08 - SEE PHOTO; JA06RK, 2018-06 - SEE PHOTO) WITH OPTION TO SWITCH TO 737 MAX (LEAP-1B).
0 767-346 (224-23963, JA8268), (JAL) LEASED ON A SEASONAL BASIS UNTIL END OF 2001-08.
MASAHARU MINEI, CHAIRMAN (1999-07).
MANABU SOTO, CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER (CEO) & PRESIDENT.
TAKESHI ICHINOSAWA, PRESIDENT.
AKIRA HARADA, MANAGING DIRECTOR, SENIOR VP OPERATIONS & FLIGHT CREW.
KATSUTOYO YAMADA, SENIOR VP ENGINEERING & MAINTENANCE, (OKAYBJL)
(email@example.com), & MANAGING DIRECTOR.
TETSU OMORI, MANAGING DIRECTOR, SENIOR VP GENERAL ADMINISTRATION.
MASAMI KAMIYAMA, MANAGING DIRECTOR & SENIOR VP CABIN CREW.
TADASHI NOMA, SENIOR VP SALES.
Y SHIMADA, DIRECTOR & VP FLIGHT OPERATIONS.
T OKADA, CHIEF PILOT 737-400.
MUNEYUKI MITSUI, MANAGING DIRECTOR & SENIOR VP CORPORATE PLANNING & FINANCE.
AKIRA KATO, MANAGING DIRECTOR & SENIOR VP AIRPORT SECURITY.
YASUSHI SUZUKA, GENERAL MANAGER ENGINEERING (OKAYBJL)
(firstname.lastname@example.org), EX-(JAL) (2000-04).
SHIGEO TAKAHASHI, EXECUTIVE OFFICER MAINTENANCE.
HISASHI MAEDA, DIRECTOR & VP CABIN CREW.
TAKEHIKO HANDA, GENERAL MANAGER ENGINEERING (OKAYBJL) (email@example.com).
T ISA, GENERAL MANAGER QUALITY ASSURANCE (QA) (RELIABILITY) (1998-07).
N HASHIMOTO, GENERAL MANAGER FLIGHT OPERATIONS.
M YAGYU, GENERAL MANAGER FLIGHT CREW TRAINING.
T MORIMOTO, GENERAL MANAGER LINE MAINTENANCE.
S NAKANISHI, MANAGER LINE MAINTENANCE.
C MAEKAWA, MANAGER RADIO-ELECTRONICS DIVISION.
H HASHIMOTO, MANAGER PROJECT ENGINEERING.
M SHIMABUKUO, MANAGER SYSTEMS ENGINEERING.
A MIYAZATO, MANAGER AIRPLANE ENGINEERING (TECHNICAL PUBLICATIONS).
AKIRA MIYAZATO, MANAGER AIRCRAFT ENGINEERING/TECHNICAL PUBLICATIONS (2000-09).
N FUJITA, MANAGER MAINTENANCE SUPPLY & STORES (SPARES).
K KUSHIDA, MANAGER FLIGHT OPERATIONS ENGINEERING.