Japan's All Nippon Airways (ANA) plans to begin four new international services from Tokyo's Haneda Airport in end-October, after the airport opens to international scheduled flights.
It will operate daily flights to Los Angeles, Honolulu, Singapore and Bangkok from 31 October, says ANA.
The airline had previously announced it would begin flights between Haneda and Taipei Songshan from the same date.
Haneda will open to international scheduled flights from end-October, when a fourth runway there begins operations.
ANA will operate Boeing 777-300ER aircraft to Los Angeles, and Boeing 767-300ERs to Honolulu, Singapore, and Bangkok.
"These new services, combined with our existing flights to and from Narita Airport, will allow us to offer our customers unprecedented convenience and flexibility for their journeys," says ANA's president and CEO Shinichiro Ito.
The airline already operates regular charter flights from Haneda to Asian destinations, and plans to increase service frequencies on these routes from 31 October.
It will fly to Seoul 21 times weekly up from 14 currently, and Beijing and Shanghai Hongqiao 14 times weekly each from seven currently, says ANA.