Massive Service Expansion To Tokyo Haneda Airport Takes Off

by Giovanni

Remember the news from September of the massive international expansion at Tokyo Haneda International Airport? A couple of months later we have a lot more details about what cities and carriers will be seeing increased service to Tokyo’s preferred but extremely slot constrained international airport.

Countries With New Haneda Airport Service

If you remember from September, 50 new international slots were made available and designated for nine countries. The slots are split evenly between Japanese and foreign carriers and designated as follows.

  • United States – 24
  • China – 8
  • Russia – 4
  • Australia – 4
  • India – 2
  • Italy – 2
  • Turkey – 2
  • Finland – 2
  • Scandinavia – 2

Over the past few weeks, airlines have begun announcing their plans for the new slots.

All Nippon Airways, which received the largest share of new international slots at Haneda Airport, is adding 14 new services

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New Services To Haneda

So far, we have details of the new services from both Japanese carriers (All Nippon Airways and Japan Airlines). We also have details of the new service from all the foreign carriers adding service except China and India.

We’ve compiled the new services we know about to Haneda below. We’ll update the table when we have more information about new services by Chinese and Indian carriers.

CarrierDestination AirportCountryFrequencyReplaces Narita Service?
All Nippon AirwaysHouston (IAH)United StatesDailyYes
All Nippon AirwaysSan Jose (SJO)United StatesDailyYes
All Nippon AirwaysSeattle (SEA)United StatesDailyYes
All Nippon AirwaysWashington Dulles (IAD)United StatesDailyYes
All Nippon AirwaysLos Angeles (LAX)United StatesDailyYes
All Nippon AirwaysSan Francisco (SFO)United StatesDailyNo
All Nippon AirwaysQingdao (TAO)ChinaDailyn/a
All Nippon AirwaysShenzhen (SZX)ChinaDailyNo
All Nippon AirwaysSydney (SYD)AustraliaDailyNo
All Nippon AirwaysDelhi (DEL)IndiaYes
All Nippon AirwaysMilan (MXP)ItalyDailyNo
All Nippon AirwaysMoscow (DME)RussiaDailyNo
All Nippon AirwaysStockholm (ARN)SwedenDailyNo
All Nippon AirwaysIstanbul (IST)TurkeyDailyNo
Japan AirlinesDallas (DFW)United StatesDailyYes
Japan AirlinesChicago (ORD)United StatesDailyYes
Japan AirlinesLos Angeles (LAX)United StatesDailyNo
Japan AirlinesNew York (JFK)United StatesDailyYes
Japan AirlinesHonolulu (HNL)United StatesDailyYes
Japan AirlinesHonolulu (HNL)United StatesDailyYes
Japan AirlinesDalian (DLC)ChinaTBAn/a
Japan AirlinesShanghai (PVG)ChinaTBAn/a
Japan AirlinesHelsinki (HEL)FinlandDailyYes
Japan AirlinesMoscow (SVO)RussiaDailyYes
Japan AirlinesSydney (SYD)AustraliaDailyYes
Japan AirlinesDelhi (DEL)IndiaYes
Delta Air LinesAtlanta (ATL)United StatesDailyYes
Delta Air LinesDetroit (DTW)United StatesDailyYes
Delta Air LinesHonolulu (HNL)United StatesDailyYes
Delta Air LinesPortland (PDX)United StatesDailyYes
Delta Air LinesSeattle (SEA)United StatesDailyYes
United AirlinesChicago (ORD)United StatesDailyYes
United AirlinesWashington Dulles (IAD)United StatesDailyYes
United AirlinesNewark (EWR)United StatesDailyNo
United AirlinesLos Angeles (LAX)United StatesDailyNo
American AirlinesDallas (DFW)United StatesDailyYes
American AirlinesLos Angeles (LAX)United StatesDailyYes
Hawaiian AirlinesHonolulu (HNL)United StatesDailyNo
AeroflotMoscow (SVO)RussiaDailyYes
S7 AirlinesVladivostok (VVO)RussiaDailyNo
QantasMelbourne (MEL)AustraliaDailyYes
Virgin AustraliaBrisbane (BNE)AustraliaDailyNo
AlitaliaRome (FCO)ItalyDailyYes
Turkish AirlinesIstanbul (IST)TurkeyDailyYes
FinnairHelsinki (HEL)FinlandDailyNo
Scandinavian Airlines System (SAS)Copenhagen (CPH)DenmarkDailyYes

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The Upshot

Japan Airlines Tokyo Olympics JAL 2020 Aircraft Livery

Flag carrier Japan Airlines, an official sponsor of the 2020 Olympics, is adding flights along with its partners to Haneda Airport. Japan Airlines photo.

This is a big international expansion in capacity. Much of the new Haneda Airport service is replacing capacity to the further-from-Tokyo Narita, but for those actually visiting Tokyo (and not just in transit), the new flights will make travel much more convenient.

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