Delta Announces New Japanese Route

N171DZ Delta Air Lines Boeing 767-332(ER)(WL) coming in from New York (KJFK) @ Frankfurt (EDDF) / 08.04.2015

Delta has announced its intent to launch a daily nonstop service from Honolulu towards Tokyo Haneda as part of its network growth plans.

The route will commence on the 28th of October 2023 and will be operated with a Boeing 767-300ER, which Delta says comes equipped with multiple cabin options.

DL180 departs Haneda at 9 pm local time, thanks to the beauty of timezones, arriving in Honolulu at 8:55 am the same day. DL181, the return leg, will depart Honolulu at 2 p.m. before arriving in Haneda the next day at 6:45 p.m.

As travel demand gradually recovers in japan, we decided to add the new honolulu service to our hnd network.Our commitment to both markets remains strong. Customers will enjoy more options and destinations from Haneda, with Delta’s unparalleled premium experience on the ground and in the air.

Victor Osumi, Delta’s Managing Director and President – Japan

The Japan to Hawaii segment is hugely lucrative for carriers with large amounts of demand present. So much so that ANA bought the Airbus A380 to operate these solely on the connection. Meanwhile, there’s competition from numerous airlines and countless daily flights.

Daniel Fowkes
30 Aug 2023
· Routes 
· Uncategorized 

Leave a Reply

  1. Good news!
    Manager of Delta who does right way and choose the best for airline in next two decades.

Recent Posts

Sign Up

Stay updated with the latest developments in the aviation and aerospace sector

Share this post: