ANA Resumes International Flights from Haneda Airport Following Three Flight Cancellations

Damaged airplane on runway

All Nippon Airways (ANA) has announced that it will gradually resume international flight operations departing from Haneda Airport.

Following the collision between Japan Airlines (JAL) flight JL516 and a Japan Coast Guard aircraft on runway C, which resulted in a fire, all runway operations were suspended. Operations for all three runways were resumed at approximately 9:30 PM.

The flights that are set to operate are the following: NH118 to Seattle, NH116 to Vancouver, NH879 to Shanghai/Pudong, NH879 to Sydney, NH203 to Frankfurt, NH108 to San Francisco, NH160 to New York/John F. Kennedy, NH217 to Munich, NH849 to Bangkok, NH849 to Singapore, and NH106 to Los Angeles.

The flights that have been canceled are NH126 to Los Angeles, NH186 to Honolulu, and NH868 to Seoul/Gimpo.

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