JAPAN Airlines (JAL) is shifting a number of flight operations to Tokyo’s Haneda airport and will commence a new Tokyo (Haneda)-Ho Chi Minh City service from March 30.
The airline will increase its Bangkok and Singapore flights out of Haneda from seven to 14 weekly, while halving frequencies at Narita airport to seven.
London-bound flights will now depart Haneda instead of Narita, where the service will be suspended entirely except for British Airways codeshare flights. The Paris service from Haneda will be retimed for daytime departures.
JAL will launch a daily Tokyo (Haneda)-Ho Chi Minh City service on March 30. Flights leave Haneda at 01.25 and arrive in the Vietnamese city at 05.15, while return flights take off from Ho Chi Minh City at 13.55 to touch down in Tokyo at 22.00.
Over at Narita airport, JAL is doubling frequencies to New York from seven to 14 flights a week beginning March 30.
Moscow-bound services will increase from three to four times a week for the period March 30 to October 25.