Starting this October, Delta Air Lines will resume flights from Los Angeles to Tokyo. The airline shared this in “anticipation of Japan’s easing travel restrictions.”

Travelers will be able to fly from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) to Tokyo International Airport (HND), also known as Haneda, from October 30th. 

Delta Air Lines
Delta Air Lines

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Flight schedule

This route will start with three-times weekly flights. On December 1st, the route will be serviced daily. Travelers will have the choice of Delta One Suites, Premium Select, Comfort Plus, and Main Cabin when flying this route. 

A new Delta Sky Club opened at Tokyo International Airport (Haneda) on July 29th. 

An Airbus A330-900neo aircraft will serve this route. 

Delta’s new routes

December 1st will also be the launch of daily service between Honolulu and Tokyo. 

Beginning on December 13th, Delta Air Lines will have a second non-stop route between Seattle-Tacoma International Airport and Seoul-Incheon International Airport. 

According to the airline, this route will increase Delta’s capacity on its US-South Korea network by ten percent in comparison to 2019. 

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