In response to the allocation of new daytime slots at Tokyo-Haneda International Airport in 2020, Japan Airlines has announced the expansion of its global network between Japan and the U.S., Finland, Russia, Australia, India and China. As a result, the carrier will feature 34 international routes at Tokyo-Haneda airport, starting March 29, 2020. Tokyo-Narita (JL749/JL740) will be suspended. In addition, the HND-DEL route will be operated with a Boeing 777-200ER on/after July 1, 2020.
“The expansion of these new services at Tokyo`s metropolitan airports will provide convenient options to our business and leisure customers in Japan and throughout the world. With the upcoming 2020 Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics, we look forward to serving our valued customers through Tokyo`s Haneda and Narita airports, while providing a seamless travel experience,” said Tetsuya Onuki, Managing Executive Officer – International Route Marketing.