ANA has confirmed the flight times of its new routes from Tokyo’s Haneda Airport to the US.
The Japanese carrier first announced the services to New York and Chicago last month, after it was awarded additional daytime slots at Haneda. And it has now confirmed that both new routes will operate daily from 30 October 2016. They will replace ANA’s existing flights from Tokyo’s Narita Airport to New York and Chicago.
Under the new schedules, flight NH110 will depart Haneda at 1020 and arrive at New York’s JFK Airport at 0900 the same day, having crossed the International Date Line. The return flight, NH109, will leave JFK at 1655 and arrive back at Haneda at 2110 the next day.
On the Chicago route, flight NH112 will leave Haneda at 1050 and arrive at O’Hare International Airport at 0740 the same day. The return flight, NH111, will then take off from Chicago at 1615 and land in Haneda at 2030 the following day.
ANA will operate both routes using its three-class Boeing 777-300ER aircraft, with more business class seats offered on the New York flights and a higher number of economy class seats on the Chicago service.
In addition, ANA has announced new departure times for its Haneda-Honolulu flights. The outbound the flight will continue to operate at night, taking off time at 2155 and arriving in Honolulu at 1005. But the return flight will be brought forward to a 1310 departure, arriving back in Haneda at 1725 the next day. ANA will operate this route using its two-class Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner aircraft.
ANA also flies direct from Haneda to Los Angeles.