Citing increased demand, Japan's All Nippon Airways (ANA) will resume or increase service on select U.S. routes, beginning next month.
ANA beginning Sept. 18 will increase Tokyo Haneda-Los Angeles service from three roundtrips per week to five. It will go to seven per week on Oct. 30.
Service between Tokyo Haneda and San Francisco will expand from five flights per week to seven, matching the seven roundtrips per week between Tokyo Narita and San Francisco.
Service between Tokyo and Seattle will utilize Narita instead of Haneda, as previously planned. Service will increase from four roundtrips per week to six on Sept. 16, and to seven per week on Dec. 1.
The carrier on Oct. 30 will resume Haneda-Washington Dulles service with three flights per week for its NH102 flight and four times per week for its NH101 flight. The previously announced flights originally planned for Haneda -- NH1 (three times per week) and NH2 (four times per week) -- will instead operate via Narita beginning Oct. 30.
ANA on Oct. 30 will resume two flights between Haneda and Houston, NH113 three times per week, and NH114 four times per week. Flights NH173 (changed to four times a week from three) and NH 174 (changed to three times a week from four) will operate through Narita instead of Haneda.
The Chicago-Haneda route that had been suspended will resume Oct. 30 with seven roundtrips per week, joining the daily Chicago-Narita flight. In addition, on the resumed flights ANA will introduce its "The Suite" first-class and "The Room" business-class cabins on both Chicago routes. The carrier introduced the cabins in the U.S. in 2019, just prior to the pandemic.
Source: Business Travel News