As part of its continued resumption of international flights, Qatar Airways will restart flights to Tokyo-Haneda this month.

In a release by Qatar Airways APAC, the Doha-based carrier will resume flights from Doha to Haneda near central Tokyo starting December 11. The flights will operate on a thrice-weekly schedule using Boeing 777-300ER jets.

According to the airline, the flight schedule for the Haneda services was made for Japanese travelers to “connect seamlessly via its award-winning hub, Hamad International Airport.”

The resumption of flights to Haneda will have the airline operating flights to both Tokyo-area airports. Qatar Airways currently operates daily flights to Tokyo-Narita.

Thomas Scruby, Vice President, Pacific, Qatar Airways said: "We are thrilled to resume operations to Tokyo Haneda, as part of our network rebuilding efforts in the Asia-Pacific region. This resumption will provide further global connectivity to our Japanese passengers. Qatar Airways has proven itself to be a responsible and trusted airline among passengers worldwide and has safely taken over 2 million people home during this crisis. As global entry restrictions ease, we look also forward to reinstating more routes as we aim to operate to over 120 destinations by year-end to better connect our passengers to the rest of the world."

Tokyo Haneda, three-weekly flights from 11 December 2020:

Doha (DOH) to Tokyo Haneda (HND) QR812 departs: 07:00 arrives: 22:35

Tokyo Haneda (HND) to Doha (DOH) QR813 departs: 00:05 arrives: 06:15+1

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