Japanese carrier All Nippon Airways (ANA) will start operating international and domestic flights out of Terminal 2 at Haneda Airport (HND) starting March 29 this year.
“The changes reflect the increase in international flights operated by ANA and will further improve convenience for passengers who will now be able to connect to flights out of Terminal 2,” said the airline in a press release.
ANA currently operates international flights out of Terminal 3 at Haneda Airport. The airline said the minimum connecting time for domestic to international connections within Terminal 2 will be reduced from 70 to 55 minutes as a result of the changes. With both domestic and international flights operating out of Terminal 2, passengers will no longer need to transfer between terminals to reach their connecting flight.
ANA also said it would continue to operate international flights out of Terminal 3.
“ANA has expanded its international service in order to meet the growing demand for travel to Japan, and the changes at Haneda Airport will equip us to meet passenger needs,” said Masaki Yokai, senior vice president of ANA.
Terminal 3 was formerly known as International Terminal. ANA said in light of the name change, passengers should check which terminal their flight will depart from before arriving at the airport.
Below is a table showing departure terminals for international flights operated by ANA out of Haneda Airport starting from March 29, 2020:
|US and Canada routes
|New York, Washington D.C, Los Angeles, Houston, Seattle, Vancouver
|Chicago, San Francisco, San Jose, Honolulu
|London, Frankfurt, Munich, Paris, Moscow, Vienna, Stockholm, Istanbul
|Taipei, Ho Chi Minh City, Jakarta, Singapore, Sydney, Beijing, Qingdao
|Seoul, Hong Kong, Manila, Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, Delhi, Shanghai, Shenzhen, Guangzhou
The above table applies to flights between March 29 to October 24. ANA said it would announce the winter schedule in late August 2020.
The airline also said it would announce the exact time international operations will commence out of Terminal 2 “once the time has been decided”.
Details about the arrival terminals will also be announced at a later date.