All Nippon Airways (ANA) will expand its international network by adding five cities, Istanbul, Milan, Moscow, Shenzhen and Stockholm; from Tokyo Haneda International Airport (HND) starting in summer 2020. The addition of these routes brings the total number of international cities served by ANA flights to 52.

There is growing demand to visit Japan and ANA will increase its international service, just as Haneda Airport also expands to adapt for inbound Japanese tourism.

Seiichi Takahashi, Senior Vice President of ANA
ANA First Class

As part of the schedule for summer 2020 (March 29th 2020 – Oct 24th 2020) ANA will offer new non-stop service from Haneda Airport to:

CountryCity
ChinaQingdao
Shenzhen
IndiaDelhi
ItalyMilan
RussiaMoscow
SwedenStockholm
TurkeyIstanbul
United StatesHouston
San Francisco
San Jose
Seattle
Washington D.C.

ANA will also increase the frequency of the Haneda – Los Angeles and Haneda – Sydney routes. The Delhi, Houston, Los Angeles, San Jose, Seattle and Washington D.C. routes will be relocated from Narita International Airport.

ANA Business Class

Timetable

RouteHaneda – Delhi
ScheduleNH837 / 838Haneda
10:10
Delhi
16:25
Delhi
18:30
Haneda
05:55(+1)
AircraftBoeing 787-9
215 seats (48 Business Class / 21 Premium Economy / 146 Economy Class)
RouteHaneda – Houston
ScheduleNH114 / 113Haneda
10:20
Houston
08:40
Houston
13:10
Haneda
17:00(+1)
AircraftBoeing 777-300ER
212 seats (8 First Class / 68 Business Class / 24 Premium Economy / 112 Economy Class)
RouteHaneda – Los Angeles
ScheduleNH126 / 125Haneda
21:05
Los Angeles
15:05
Los Angeles
17:05
Haneda
21:15(+1)
AircraftBoeing 777-300ER
250 seats (8 First Class / 52 Business Class / 24 Premium Economy / 166 Economy Class)
RouteHaneda – San Jose
ScheduleNH120 / 119Haneda
17:05
San Jose
10:30
San Jose
12:20
Haneda
15:20(+1)
AircraftBoeing 787-8
184 seats (32 Business Class / 14 Premium Economy / 138 Economy Class)
RouteHaneda – Seattle
ScheduleNH118 / 117Haneda
21:00
Seattle
14:10
Seattle
16:40
Haneda
19:00(+1)
AircraftBoeing 787-8
184 seats (32 Business Class / 14 Premium Economy / 138 Economy Class)
RouteHaneda – Washington D.C.
ScheduleNH102 / 101Haneda
10:55
Washington D.C.
10:35
Washington D.C.
13:10
Haneda
16:15(+1)
AircraftBoeing 777-300ER
250 seats (8 First Class / 52 Business Class / 24 Premium Economy / 166 Economy Class)

Bottom Line

This is great news for travellers going to Japan as their destination, Haneda is much closer to Tokyo city than Narita. There are also more connecting flights going to other Japanese cities.

What do you think about the change? Does it make your travel more convenient?

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