ANCHORAGE - Japan Airlines has scheduled 17 charter flights to Alaska this summer.
This is an increase of three flights from last year.
The first charter is scheduled to land in Anchorage on June 20, with the first scheduled landing in Fairbanks set for Aug. 22.
Airport officials say all charters are operated on Boeing 747-400 wide-body airplanes, which can seat 356 passengers.
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