SAS to Move from Tokyo Narita to Haneda in March 2020

SAS to Move from Tokyo Narita to Haneda in March 2020

Earlier today, SAS Scandinavian Airlines officially announced that it will launch Tokyo Haneda – Copenhagen flights in spring 2020. The new route will replace the airline’s existing flights from the Danish capital to Tokyo Narita airport. SAS to Move to Tokyo Haneda in Spring 2020 Currently, SAS operates Copenhagen (CPH) – Tokyo Narita (NRT) flights

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SAS to Move from Tokyo Narita to Haneda in March 2020

SAS to Move from Tokyo Narita to Haneda in March 2020

Earlier today, SAS Scandinavian Airlines officially announced that it will launch Tokyo Haneda – Copenhagen flights in spring 2020. The new route will replace the airline’s existing flights from the Danish capital to Tokyo Narita airport. SAS to Move to Tokyo Haneda in Spring 2020 Currently, SAS operates Copenhagen (CPH) – Tokyo Narita (NRT) flights

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Nok Air Ready to Launch Bangkok – Hiroshima Flights in December 2019

On December 2, 2019, the Japanese Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport, and Tourism (MLIT) announced that it granted Nok Air the permission to operate scheduled flights between Bangkok Don Muang and Hiroshima. The new route will be the first time for the mainly domestic Thai low-cost airline to operate scheduled flights to Japan. DD3302/3303: Bangkok

Narita Airport Launches an Incentive Program to Attract New Long-Hauls

Narita Airport Launches an Incentive Program to Attract New Long-Haul Routes

Last week, Narita Airport announced that starting from January 1, 2020, it will offer a new incentive to airlines launching long-haul flights to destinations not yet served from the airport. Combined with existing incentives, it will exempt airlines from paying landing fees on certain routes for the first three years of their operation. Narita Airport’s

Urumqi Air Plans to Serve Nagoya from the End of December 2019

Urumqi Air Plans to Serve Nagoya from the End of December 2019

Earlier this week, the Japanese Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport, and Tourism (MLIT) announced that it granted Urumqi Air the permission to operate daily flights to Nagoya. With that, the Chinese low-cost airline is ready to add a Japanese destination to its network map for the first time. Urumqi Air’s Upcoming Nagoya Services According to

Hong Kong Airlines Cuts More Routes, Disables IFE from December 1, 2020

Hong Kong Airlines Cuts More Routes, Disables IFE from December 1, 2020

In early November, Hong Kong Airlines announced its plans to scale down its operations due to financial difficulties. On November 29, 2019, the airline announced further cuts including its plan to completely discontinue its transpacific operations. In addition to that, the airline announce today that it will not be offering in-flight entertainment from December 2019

Norwegian Plans to Exit Thailand, Increases Focus on Europe - US Routes

Norwegian Plans to Exit Thailand, Increases Focus on Europe – US Routes

Earlier this week, Norwegian announced that it wouldn’t be serving Thailand out of Scandinavia starting with the 2020 summer schedule. Instead, it will use the freed up aircraft to increase frequencies on its routes between Europe and the United States. With that, Dubai will become the airline’s easternmost destination. Norwegian to Exit Thailand in March

Juneyao Air Officially Announces Plans to Launch Dublin and Reykjavik Flights

Juneyao Air Officially Announces Plans to Launch Dublin and Reykjavik Flights

While the rumors have been around for a while,  Juneyao Air officially announced yesterday, November 27, 2019, that it will be launching direct flights to the Irish capital Dublin and the Icelandic capital Reykjavik. With that, the airline is ready to start three new European routes next March – the two newly announced ones and

Hawaiian Air Resumes Honolulu - Fukuoka Service After 5 Years of Absence

Hawaiian Air Resumes Honolulu – Fukuoka Service After 5 Years of Absence

On November 26, 2019, Hawaiian Airlines operated its first scheduled flight from Honolulu to Fukuoka in over five years, marking the resumption of services between the two cities. The flight arrived in the city on the island of Kyushu today, November 27, 2019, and subsequently departed back to Hawaii. HA827/828: Honolulu – Fukuoka and Back

South Korea Signs Open-Skies Agreements with Singapore and Brunei

South Korea Signs Open-Skies Agreements with Singapore and Brunei

Over the last couple of days, the South Korean Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport (MOLIT) announced that the country has signed open-skies agreements allowing unlimited scheduled flights to and from Singapore and Brunei. With that, South Korea now has such agreements with nine out of the ten ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) countries.

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