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Delta has begun construction this week on its new Delta Sky Club at the former TIAT Lounge Annex on the fifth floor of the International Terminal at Haneda International Airport. The nearly 9,000 square foot Club is located close to gates where Delta flights will depart to seven of its ...
Feb. 11, 2020, 3 p.m.
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Delta customers can now book travel from seven U.S. cities to Tokyo’s Haneda Airport, including new service from Seattle, Detroit, Atlanta, Honolulu, and Portland, Ore. beginning March 28, 2020, as well as Delta’s existing service from Minneapolis/St. Paul and Los Angeles. With the launch of these new routes, Delta will ...
Oct. 22, 2019, 2 a.m.
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Delta to become largest U.S. carrier serving Haneda in 2020, with full transfer of U.S.-Tokyo services from Narita airport to Haneda Airline will offer industry leading product, with unparalleled operational reliability and service on seven daily flights to Haneda from cities throughout the U.S. Additional changes to intra-Asia flying include ...
Aug. 13, 2019, 12 a.m.
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Delta would become the leading U.S. airline serving Tokyo’s preferred airport under a preliminary decision announced May 16 by the Department of Transportation, with new slot pairs for flights between Haneda Airport and Seattle, Detroit, Atlanta, Portland, Ore., and Honolulu. Together with Delta’s existing service from Los Angeles and Minneapolis/St ...
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Delta today filed an application with the U.S. Department of Transportation to launch daily daytime service between Tokyo-Haneda airport and Seattle, Detroit, Atlanta, and Portland, Ore., as well as twice-daily service between Haneda and Honolulu. Delta’s proposed routes would be the only direct service currently offered by U.S. carriers between ...
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Delta today announced it will cancel service this fall from New York-JFK to Tokyo-Narita, and from Tokyo-Narita to Osaka and Bangkok, but remains committed to supporting a strong Asia-Pacific network. The announcement comes a few weeks after the U.S. Department of Transportation tentatively awarded Delta daytime service from Los Angeles ...
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Delta today filed applications with the U.S. Department of Transportation to operate daytime service between Tokyo-Haneda airport and Los Angeles, Minneapolis and Atlanta. Delta applied for the routes we believe are in the best interest of our customers and will provide both the greatest direct and connecting opportunities from the ...
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Below is Delta’s statement regarding the agreement signed today by the U.S. and Japanese governments to open just 10 daytime slots at Tokyo-Haneda airport for trans-Pacific operations – five for U.S. carriers and five for Japanese carriers – in addition to one new nighttime slot each. "Delta is deeply disappointed ...