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Japan’s leading international carriers announce resumption of Tokyo Haneda-Hong Kong services

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September 23rd 2022

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Japan's two largest airlines have unveiled plans to resume Tokyo Haneda-Hong Kong flights from next month. Read More » All Nippon Airways (ANA) will operate Haneda-Hong Kong four times a week from October 31 alongside its three times a week existing Tokyo Narita-Hong Kong rotation. The Star Alliance member also is increasing Haneda-Taipei Songshan to daily from October 30, up from three times a week.

In its latest update, Japan Airlines (JAL) said it will operate Haneda-Hong Kong five times a week from October 30. The oneworld alliance member's current schedule is a combination of Tokyo Narita and Haneda-Hong Kong routes.

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