ANA Now Flies From New York & Chicago To Tokyo’s Haneda Airport

On 30 October 2016, Japan’s All Nippon Airways (ANA) launched two new major routes. Folks travelling from Singapore are now able to fly to Chicago and New York City via ANA through Tokyo’s Haneda and Narita Airport. With services already operating to Los Angeles, Honolulu and Vancouver from Haneda and Narita Airport, this increases the total number of flights to North American cities to five.


Travelling from Haneda Airport to the heart of Tokyo is a breeze. An elevated monorail from the city centre connects you conveniently to the airport every 3 to 5 minutes and the entire journey only takes 15 minutes. Cost wise, one-way journey costs just 500 yen. Flying into Haneda generally cuts cost, time, and stress significantly—all much appreciated before or after a gruelling trans-Pacific flight.


Additionally, ANA announced today that starting in February 2017 it will begin direct flights from Tokyo to Mexico City, which will become ANA’s 42nd direct international destination. The Boeing 787-8 will fly direct daily flights from Narita International Airport (NRT) to Mexico City International Airport (MEX).

Boeing 787 Dreamliner in ANA livery, photographed from Clay Lacy's Astrovision Learjet.

Check out this video for the full details:




ANA looks forward to welcoming you on their flight!


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