ANA to launch services to LHR and Paris CDG
Published: 09/12/2013 - Filed under: News »
All Nippon Airways is launching new services from Tokyo Haneda to London Heathrow, Paris Charles de Gaulle, Vancouver, Jakarta, Hanoi and Manila next year.
The routes are part of the Japanese carrier's new international flight schedule for summer 2014, which starts on March 30 and was announced today.
The LHR service will see outward flight NH277 depart Tokyo Haneda at 1130 and arrive in London at 1600. Return flight NH278 will leave Heathrow at 1935 and land in Tokyo at 1515 the next day.
The current Tokyo Narita to London service will be suspended on March 30.
Timetable: ANA's new services all start on March 30
Flight NH215 for Paris will take-off from Tokyo at 1025 and land at CDG at 1545, while return service NH216 will leave Paris at 2110 and arrive in Tokyo at 1600 the following day.
Both those routes will be daily and operated by B777-300ERs, and the Paris service will be in addition to the one ANA already flies from Tokyo Narita airport.
Likewise, ANA's new flights between Haneda and Jakarta and Manila are in addition to existing services from Narita.
However, the airline's daily summer 2014 routes to Vancouver and Hanoi are new destinations for ANA. Both schedules can be seen in the timetable above.
ANA is also adding an extra daily flight from Tokyo Haneda to Singapore and Bangkok.
ScottWilson - 10/12/2013 09:49
To be fair, it isn't the launch of a service to LHR, it is the transfer of an existing one from NRT to HND. CDG of course gets a second service, but LHR does not get anything more.
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