Hong Kong's Dragonair will resume thrice-weekly scheduled services to Sendai, effective 1 December.
The airline will operate the service to the Japanese city until 27 February 2011, using an Airbus A320 aircraft.
Dragonair adds that its Okinawa services, which have been in operation since summer 2010, will continue operating twice-weekly using an A330 aircraft. Okinawa will become a formal Dragonair destination from 21 November, it adds.
With the addition of these services, Dragonair's network will expand to 33 cities.
"Following the resumption of the Fukuoka service in late October, we are very excited to further extend our network to another two destinations in Japan, bringing our award-winning world-class service to more of the Japanese market," says Dragonair CEO James Tong.