Japan Airlines (JAL) will increase its flights to Singapore, and restart flights to Sydney in September.
JAL currently operates two roundtrip flights per week between Tokyo Narita and Singapore, but the airline plans to increase this to three flights per week starting September 1.
The Japanese carrier will offer one-way flights from both Tokyo Haneda and Narita airport to Sydney. The airline will operate one flight every week from each airport.
The airline says flights to Sydney will operate with a maximum of 30 passengers per flight only due to quarantine restrictions in Australia.
Flight details for JAL’s Singapore and Sydney routes can be found here.