They just merged with JAS, so they have a bit of a larger fleet now...
Boeing 737-400 (operating as JAL, JEX, or JTA).
-81 (some are still painted in JAS colors)
Airbus A300 (various versions)(some still in JAS colors)
Boeing 767-200 (not sure if they're used domestically so much these days...they only got a few of them)
767-300 (a LOT of these...)
Boeing 777-300 (one of two domestic heavy haulers, the other being the -400D)
Boeing 747-SR (I am not certain if they're still in use, I haven't seen one in months...)
Boeing 747-200/200SUD (sometimes they fill in on domestic runs, if you are lucky to catch one)
Boeing 747-400D (a -400 with no wingtips, shortened wings, and lots of seats)
DC-10-40 (there is one daily on the current schedule that flies to and from Tokyo, and occasionally they fill in for broken 777s)
-11...although I think that they are being retired very soon, if not already, and BEFORE the DC-10s will be!!! (Everyone goes nuts about NWA painting a DC-10 in new colors...while JAL has been doing it for some time now!)
Boeing 767-200 and -300 (There are a handful of -300s with JAA)
Boeing 747-400 (with wintips)
Boeing 747-200/200 SUD/300 (some operate as JAA, others as Reso'cha)
(Reso'cha flies from Tokyo/Fukuoka/Osaka/Sapporo/Sendai/Nagoya to Hawaii, mostly, but sometimes you can see those colors as far away as Vancouver, and a lot in Guam as well)
Because of their merger with JAS, they have inherited JAC
, HAC, etc...and you can easily find YS
-11's, Saab 340s, etc, flying around Sapporo, Kyushu, and other places in Japan. Kagoshima has LOTS of commuter flights for JAC
. Okinawa sees some Britten Norman Islander II
flights as well.
As for ANA, it's almost the same, except ANA has two parts... ANA and ANK. Because ANK has a slightly different fleet, I'll list each seperately:
ANA flies the following aircraft internationally:
(Their routes are significantly smaller for international destinations than JAL)
ANA flies the following aircraft domestically:
Boeing 737-500 (MAY BE IN
767-200 (only to two or three airports...they only have a handful left)
767-300 (ok, they have like way too many of these too...you get sick of them after a while of plane spotting at almost any airport in Japan...seriously!!!)
747-400D (again, no wingtips)
ANK flies these birds...
737-400 (they have only TWO of these I think, both are painted like BIG dolphins, and they rotate between Fukuoka and Tokyo, flying very quick commuter hops between several islands, like Tsushima, etc.)
737-500 (lots of these cute planes, may or may not be mix matched with ANA titles)
767-300 (once in a while you can catch one with Air Japan titles)
Airbus A320 (with ANK titles)
There is also ADK and other commuter airlines that make up ANA that fly the Twin Otter (DH6), versions of the Dash 8, etc...
This is the BASIC nutshell of the fleet structure. JAL really does have some good stuff online, including some very neat printable international timetables in PDF format that are easy to read.