By next month, Japan's All Nippon Airways (ANA) plans to resume flights to Houston and Honolulu along with increasing flights throughout its network.
In an update to its flight schedules, ANA announced it will resume flights from Tokyo-Haneda to Houston, Texas starting October 1. The flights will operate on a thrice-weekly basis.
ANA also plans to return to Honolulu, Hawaii since services were suspended with two flights from Tokyo-Narita in October (October 5, 19). Using Boeing 787-9 aircraft, the flights will be for those who are studying or traveling for work.
In all, ANA plans to operate at 12% of its planned capacity during September (636 flights/26 routes). It will gradually increase its capacity in October to 13% (741 flights/27 routes).
Among the routes the airline plans to increase services on include Haneda-Sydney (three to five-times weekly), Haneda-Paris (three-times weekly), Narita-New York (JFK – five-times weekly), and Narita-Mexico City (six-times weekly).
The Tokyo-based carrier also stated that it will postpone the launch of several routes from Haneda to San Jose, California, San Francisco, and Qingdao, China until November 1.
All other international flights departing from Narita, Haneda, and Osaka-Kansai remain suspended.