Delta Resumes Tokyo Services, Adds Flights to Seoul

Delta will resume flights from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) to Tokyo International Airport (Haneda Airport; HND) starting October 30. The service will operate three times weekly before increasing to daily starting December 1. The restart of service will use Airbus 330-900neo aircraft.

Delta will also start a new daily service between Honolulu and Haneda on December 1. This is the first time Delta has offered service from Haneda to Honolulu with its start delayed due to the pandemic. The airline will deploy Boeing 767-300ER aircraft for the service.

At the same time, the airline announced that it will increase the frequency of its nonstop service between Seattle-Tacoma International Airport and Seoul-Incheon International Airport. Starting December 13, the airline will offer three times weekly service on the route. The new service will complement Delta’s existing daily operations and joint venture partner Korean Air’s five-times-weekly service, bringing the total frequency to 15 flights a week. Delta’s Seoul services will operate on the Airbus 330-900neo aircraft.

Delta’s operations from Atlanta and Detroit to Incheon resumed daily service as of August 2, and Minneapolis service is set to return on October 29. With the additional frequency from Seattle in December, Delta will increase the capacity on the U.S.-Korea network by 10 percent compared with 2019.

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