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Delta Airlines announces transfer of Tokyo operations to Haneda from Narita!

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“Delta to become largest U.S. carrier serving Tokyo-Haneda in 2020”

  • Delta to become largest U.S. carrier serving Haneda in 2020, with full transfer of U.S.-Tokyo services from Narita airport to Haneda
  • Airline will offer industry leading product, with unparalleled operational reliability and service on seven daily flights to Haneda from cities throughout the U.S.
  • Editor’s note: Delta will be using their new A-330-900neo on the Haneda route! Delta is Seattle’s number one international airline in offering the most seats to the most international destinations.

“Under a final decision announced by the U.S. Department of Transporation today, Delta will become the largest U.S. carrier serving Haneda, with seven daily flights between Haneda and Seattle, Detroit, Atlanta, Honolulu, Minneapolis, Los Angeles and Portland, Ore. With this change, Delta will transfer its full operation of U.S.-Tokyo services from Narita to Haneda, the city’s closest and most convenient airport, beginning in March 2020.

“‘We have proudly served Japan for more than 70 years and our commitment to our Tokyo legacy remains strong,’ said Steve Sear, President – International and Executive Vice President – Global Sales. ‘This new service is a game-changer for Delta’s ability to offer competitive and comprehensive access to the city, which is one of the world’s most important business markets. It’s a win for our customers, giving them much quicker access to the city center, and it complements our overall strategy of growth across the Pacific.'”

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Posted by Steve on August 9, 2019 at 11:42 am | Permalink

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