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NEWS Feb 23, 2024 United Airlines to Launch Nonstop Flights Between Guam and Tokyo-Haneda United Airlines announced the launch of nonstop flights between Antonio B. Won Pat International Airport (GUM) in Guam and Tokyo Haneda Airport (HND) on May 1. United will use its Boeing 737-800 aircraft for this year-round service, accommodating 166 passengers, including 16 in business class. The route will be United's second service to Tokyo from its Guam hub after a route serving Tokyo's other airport: Narita Airport (NRT). Read More →
ROUTES Feb 22, 2024 American Airlines Launches Nonstop Flights Between New York-JFK and Tokyo-Haneda American Airlines confirmed and announced the schedule for its route between John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) and Tokyo Haneda Airport (HND) on February 21. This announcement comes almost one month after the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) tentatively approved the route. American will use its Boeing 777-200ERs for the transpacific route. Read More →
INFORMATIONAL Feb 08, 2024 How Passengers Can Fly From Tokyo to Las Vegas for the Super Bowl A passenger has fallen in love with a star athlete whose team is about to play for the league championship in Las Vegas, Nevada. The only problem is they are in Tokyo, Japan, playing a series of sold-out concerts, the last of which wraps up just short of midnight the evening before the big game. They want to be there because they love the player, and he loves the game. However, traveling to Las Vegas can be a challenge due to the long distance and short timeframe. There are multiple ways to complete this difficult task. Read More →
NEWS Feb 06, 2024 Hundreds of Flights Canceled at Tokyo Airports as Region Faces Heavy Snow More than 100 flights from Haneda Airport (HND) in Tokyo were canceled on February 5 amid severe winter weather across the Greater Tokyo Area. Japan Airlines' 54 flight cancellations affected 6,150 passengers, with one canceled international flight to Seoul affecting 200 passengers. Meanwhile, ANA's 34 cancellations impacted the travel plans for 5,170 passengers. Read More →
NEWS Jan 16, 2024 ANA Boeing 737 Makes Emergency Landing After Cockpit Window Discovery A Boeing 737-800 operated by All Nippon Airways (ANA) made an unscheduled return to New Chitose Airport (CTS) in Japan on Saturday after a crack was discovered in the outermost layer of the cockpit window. While frightening for passengers and crew, the incident resulted in a safe landing and no injuries. Flight 1182, initially bound for Toyama Airport, was cruising at roughly 24,000 feet when the crack was discovered. Read More →
TRIP REPORTS Jan 07, 2024 10 Asian Cities You Must Visit in 2024 There are so many fantastic cities in Asia, but here are my personal top ten. With airline advice and a list of things to do in each city, this article will get you thinking about your next trip! Read More →
NEWS Jan 02, 2024 Japan Airlines A350 Catches Fire on Runway at Tokyo Haneda Airport, Killing Five A Japan Airlines Airbus A350-900 aircraft caught on fire after landing on a runway at Tokyo Haneda Airport (HND) on January 2. The A350 had flames inside that were seen coming out of the plane's windows and below the aircraft. The plane collided with an aircraft from the Japan Coast Guard that was on the runway at the same time. All 379 passengers and crew onboard were safely evacuated, with no deaths or life-threatening injuries reported. Read More →
NEWS Dec 19, 2023 Japan Airlines' New Airbus A350-1000 Takes Flight Japan Airlines, the crown jewel of Japanese air travel just unveiled its latest plane. The Airbus A350-1000, a sleek giant of the skies, this plane isn't just for travel but rather for luxury and comfort. When you first set foot on this plane, you'll be greeted by luxury and innovation. Every detail, from the meticulously crafted seats to the mood-adjusting lighting system, has been designed to ensure comfort and well-being. Read More →
INFORMATIONAL Nov 17, 2023 The World's Five Worst Mid-air Collisions Mid-air collisions are exceptionally rare but present some of the most horrifying crashes in history. There is almost no possibility for survival, given the high rate of speed and altitude these crashes typically occur. This article recaps the five worst mid-air collisions based on fatalities. Read More →
NEWS Nov 06, 2023 ANA Financial Success Soars, Surpassing All Expectations Japan has been easing COVID-19 restrictions. This has had a positive effect on overall travel to and from Japan, with domestic passengers reaching 90% of pre-pandemic levels in 2019. Read More →