After being closed for three years due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Tokyo's Haneda Airport Terminal 2 will reopen for international flights.

The operators of Haneda International Airport - Japan Airport Terminal Co., Ltd. and Tokyo International Air Terminal Corporation – announced that international flights will once again operate from Terminal 2 from July 19.

Haneda Airport Terminal 2 – used by All Nippon Airways' (ANA) domestic flight operations – opened for international flights on March 2020 to accommodate the increasing number of international flights at Haneda. The facility was closed on April 11, 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

In a separate statement, ANA announced five flights will use Terminal 2 upon its reopening for international flights. The five flights include services to London, Shanghai-Hongquiao, Hong Kong, and two flights to Taipei-Songshan. All other ANA international flights at Haneda will depart at Terminal 3. ANA's domestic flights will continue to operate from Terminal 2.

ANA adds that the airline will continue to expand routes operated from Terminal 2 as the number of international flights increases.

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