Delta Air Lines to withdraw from Narita All US routes to Haneda on August 10 at 21:04
Delta Air Lines, a major American airline company, announced next year that it will withdraw from Narita Airport, which has been the hub of the route between the United States and Asia, and change all routes connecting the United States to Haneda Airport.
Delta Air Lines, a major American airline, withdrew from Narita Airport, which has been the hub of the route between the United States and Asia on the 9th. Announced that the route will be changed to Haneda Airport.
The combination of Los Angeles and Midwest Minneapolis, which are already in service, means that they will be in service on the seven most common American airlines departing and arriving at Haneda Airport.
Delta Air Lines explains, “Customers will have quicker access to the heart of Tokyo.”
On the other hand, with the withdrawal from Narita Airport, the Asian bases such as Singapore and Manila will be moved to Incheon (Incheon) Airport, where cooperation with partner Korean Air can be expected.
American Airlines, American Airlines, Hawaiian Airlines, and Hawaiian Airlines are planning to increase the number of flights to and from Haneda Airport and start new flights ahead of next year's Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics.