ANA To Resume Service to Shanghai and Beijing in April

For the first time since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Japanese airline All Nippon Airways (NH) will reestablish its connections from Tokyo Haneda to mainland of China. Beginning on April 1, the airline will offer service from Beijing Capital International Airport (PEK), Shanghai Pudong International Airport (PVG), and Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport to Tokyo Haneda International Airport (HND) (SHA).


China flights from All Nippon Airlines' second base at Tokyo Narita have already resumed. Chinese links from Haneda will resume operations on April 1st, nevertheless. When the coronavirus pandemic first started in March 2020, the airline halted all flights from this location.

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From April 1st, ANA will begin operating daily flights from Haneda to the airports in Shanghai and Beijing Capital. Nevertheless, ANA won't operate its Haneda to Beijing Capital service on April 3 and 6. The carrier will resume daily service as of April 7. Demand on the route has increased as a result of loosened border restrictions and rising demand, prompting the carrier to reinstate the connection after a three-year absence. After reintroducing border restrictions for the Chinese after a spike in instances in December 2022, Japan stopped its stringent COVID-19 testing for tourists from mainland China earlier this month.

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JAL Japan Airlines (JL), the second-largest airline in Japan, reinstituted Chinese operations from Tokyo Haneda earlier in March. JL cited rising demand as the reason for this action. The airline continues to fly a Boeing 787-8 to Beijing Capital regularly.

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