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DoT Awards Delta the Rights for Seattle – Haneda

 The U.S Department of Transportation last week tentatively awarded Delta Air Lines the right to serve Tokyo Haneda from Seattle, after a toughly battled contest among the major US airlines. The following post sums up in brief the reasonings made by each airline, and the grounds on which their competitors contetsed it. United States has four pairs […]

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American Drops JFK – Narita to Resume JFK – Haneda

 American Airlines, on 31st May will be suspending its New York JFK – Tokyo Narita route in favor of resuming its JFK – Tokyo Haneda service which it deferred for one year with DoT approval. The Haneda service launches on 1st June with the first flight from Haneda departing on 3rd June. The new schedule […]

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JAL Announces New 787 Routes

 Japan Airlines today announced extra new routes for its soon to be delivered Boeing 787 fleet. The new routes are Tokyo Narita to New Delhi Tokyo Narita to Moscow Tokyo Haneda to Beijing No specific dates were announced for the above routes.  The airline has already announced Tokyo Narita – Boston as the first route for its […]

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Garuda Indonesia to begin Tokyo Haneda service

 Garuda Indonesia from 27th April 2012 begins service to Tokyo Haneda from Denpasar. Service operates five times weekly on board Airbus A330-300 aircraft. The flight is subject to government approval. Planned schedule:GA886 DPS 1530 – 2330 HND 333 x13 GA887 HND 0100 – 0700 DPS 333 x24

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ANA to launch 787 service to Frankfurt from January

 All Nippon Airways, from 21st January 2012, launches its first long-haul route with the Boeing 787, to Frankfurt, Germany. The service initially operates thrice weekly, and goes up to daily from 1st February.  Schedule: NH203 HND 0100 – 0525 FRA 787 146 (D from 1st Feb) NH204 FRA 1115 – 0645+1 HND 787 146 (D […]

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Boeing 787 is certified. Where will it fly ?

The Boeing 787-8 has just been officially certified by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). Where will it fly ? You might be wondering. Photo by Flightblogger. The first ever Boeing 787 to enter in commercial operation, JA801A will be handed over to launch operator All Nippon Airlines on 26th September. The aircraft will be configured […]

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Singapore Airlines Network Changes Winter 2011/12

 Singapore Airlines has announced the following changes to its route network in the Northern Winter season of 2011 & 2012 (30th Oct to 24th Mar). Photo by Juergen Lehle  All of the following changes are for routes out of Singapore and are effective 30th October 2011. Ahmedabad  Flights will increase to thrice weekly from the […]

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Qantas Group to Reallocate Capacity and Retire Planes

 In response to the rising fuel prices and drop of demand due to natural disasters, the Qantas group has decided to reallocate some of its capacity and retire some of its aircraft earlier than planned.  With the newly announced plan, the airline will be reducing Qantas and Jetstar’s second half domestic capacity growth from 14% […]

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Japan Flight Information Update

 Due to the impending situation in Japan, most airlines have made changes to their flights into Japan. The following is an overview of presently planned flight operations into Japan by some of the leading carriers operating into Japan. Data is for the period 22 – 28 March. Last updated at 1415 UTC. Please note that […]

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Delta Suspends Haneda

 Delta Air Lines, with effect from 22nd March is suspending service to Tokyo Haneda. The carrier has taken the decision owing to the poor demand expected in the aftermath of the Japanese earthquake and tsunami. The route had already been suffering from low yield owing to its unattractive timings.  The Detroit – Haneda leg will […]

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