TOKYO - Delta will resume daily service between Tokyo-Narita and Kansai International Airport in Osaka beginning March 27, 2016 as an extended leg of the flight between New York-JFK and Narita.
The flight will provide customers in the Kansai region with convenient one-stop access to New York and six other U.S. gateways where Delta operates nonstop flights from Narita.
“We are excited to resume Osaka–Narita service next spring, which our customers have requested since its suspension in June 2010,” said Masakazu Yamaguchi, Regional Manager–Western Japan Sales. “In addition to our existing service to Honolulu and Guam, mainly targeting leisure travelers, we can satisfy business travelers in the Kansai region with an extensive trans-Pacific network via Narita.”
Delta operates nonstop flights from Narita to seven U.S. mainland gateways, including Atlanta, Detroit, Los Angeles, Minneapolis/St. Paul, New York-JFK, Seattle and Portland, where passengers on the Osaka-Narita flight can connect within 2.5 hours of transit time. Passengers can also enjoy an extensive network beyond gateways to over 230 cities in the U.S. as well as major cities in Canada and Latin America.