HONOLULU (KHON2) — Hawaiian Airlines will resume flights between Honolulu Airport and Japan’s Narita Airport on Monday, August 1.
Hawaiian Airlines will offer three weekly flights between Honolulu and Narita Airport and one weekly flight between Honolulu and Kansai Airport in Osaka, the airline announced Friday, May 27.
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Daily service on each route will begin in August between Honolulu’s Daniel K. Inouye International Airport and Tokyo Haneda Airport.
Resumption of service to Fukuoka, Sapporo and Kona-Haneda has yet to be announced. US travelers should be aware of restrictions affecting entry into Japan.
“Demand from Japan has been steady, but we anticipate strong leisure travel interest in the coming months and look forward to welcoming more visitors safely and responsibly,” said Theo Panagiotoulias, vice-president. senior president of worldwide sales and alliances for Hawaiian Airlines.
To support local businesses, earlier this month Hawaiian Airlines launched its Boarding Pass campaign to encourage passengers arriving from Japan when visiting the islands.
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Customers can present their Hawaiian Airlines boarding pass at partner stores, including Foodland, Honolulu Cookie Company, Local Motion, Jana Lam and more, to receive discounts and special offers.