Citing elevated demand, Japan’s All Nippon Airways will resume or enhance service on choose U.S. routes, starting subsequent month, the service introduced Tuesday.
ANA starting Sept. 18 will enhance Tokyo Haneda-Los Angeles service from three roundtrips per week to 5, and from Oct. 30 to seven. The 2 scheduled flights between Tokyo Haneda and San Francisco every will develop from 5 per week to seven, matching the seven roundtrips per week between Tokyo Narita and San Francisco.
Service between Tokyo and Seattle will make the most of Narita airport versus Haneda, as beforehand deliberate, and enhance from 4 roundtrips per week to 6 from Sept. 16, and to seven from Dec. 1, in keeping with ANA.
The service on Oct. 30 will resume Haneda-Washington, D.C., service with three flights per week for its NH102 flight and 4 instances per week for its NH101 flight. The beforehand introduced Washington, D.C. flights initially deliberate for Haneda—NH1 (3 times per week) and NH2 (4 instances per week)—will as a substitute function by way of Narita starting Oct. 30.
ANA on Oct. 30 will resume two flights between Haneda and Houston, NH113 3 times per week, and NH114 4 instances per week. Flights NH173 (modified to 4 instances per week from three) and NH 174 (modified to a few instances per week from 4) will function via Narita as a substitute of Haneda.
The Chicago-Haneda route that had been suspended will resume Oct. 30 with seven roundtrips per week, becoming a member of the each day Chicago-Narita flight. As well as, on the resumed flights ANA will introduce its “The Suite” first-class and “The Room” business-class cabins on each Chicago routes. The service first introduced the cabins in the U.S. in 2019, simply previous to the pandemic.
ANA additionally introduced a number of home and non-U.S. schedule modifications.