Delta Air Lines will resume flights between Los Angeles International Airport and Tokyo International Airport, also known as Haneda, beginning Oct. 30 “in anticipation of Japan’s easing travel restrictions,” the carrier announced this week.
The route will start with three-times weekly service before moving to daily service beginning Dec. 1. Delta will operate the service with an Airbus A330-900neo aircraft, offering four cabins: Delta One Suites, Premium Select, Comfort Plus and Main Cabin.
The carrier also will add new daily service between Honolulu and Tokyo beginning Dec. 1. The route had been delayed because of the pandemic, according to Delta. The flights will be operated with a Boeing 767-300ER, also offering four classes of service.
Delta opened its new Delta Sky Club at Haneda on July 29.
In addition, the airline plans to launch a second nonstop between Seattle-Tacoma International Airport and Seoul-Incheon International Airport, with three-times weekly service beginning Dec. 13. This flight will be in addition to the carrier’s existing daily service on this route. The flights will operate using Airbus A330-900neo aircraft, and the added service will offer new time options for passengers connecting to other points in Asia via Incheon, the hub for Delta’s joint venture with Korean Air.
Delta resumed its daily service between each Atlanta and Detroit and Incheon as of Aug. 2, and Minneapolis service is slated to return Oct. 29, according to the carrier. With the additional frequency from Seattle in December, Delta will have increased its capacity on its U.S.-South Korea network by 10 percent versus 2019, according to the company.
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