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Tokyo-Narita International Airport (NRT)

Updated February 2014

Delta offers Tokyo customers 22 peak-day departures to 19 nonstop destinations throughout the Pacific and the U.S., including flights to four of Delta’s hubs – offering connections to hundreds of destinations throughout the U.S.

Delta also serves 7 Asian destinations via its Tokyo hub, including service to cities in South Korea, Thailand, China, Guam, Saipan, Philippines, Vietnam, Singapore and Taiwan.  Delta’s joint venture partner Air France-KLM also offers nonstop service from Narita with daily service to Amsterdam and Paris-Charles de Gaulle.

Tokyo-Narita Statistics February 2014
Peak-day Departures 22
Destinations Served 19
Delta Hubs Served Atlanta
  Detroit
  Minneapolis-St. Paul
  New York-JFK
Sky Clubs 2

 

 History

  • Delta started service between the United States and Tokyo in 1987. Tokyo became a hub for Delta in 2008 after a merger with Northwest Airlines. Northwest first established service in Japan in 1947 when it pioneered the Great Circle route to Asia with service from the United States to Tokyo, Seoul, Shanghai and Manila.

Other Facts

  • There are more than 1,200 Delta employees throughout Japan in Tokyo, Osaka and Nagoya.
  • In addition to its U.S. hubs, Delta also operates nonstop service between Japan and Honolulu, Los Angeles, Portland, Ore., Seattle and San Francisco.
  • In March 2011, Delta pledged $1 million in support for Japan disaster relief efforts following the earthquake and tsunami.

 


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