American Airlines Announces New Route from Tokyo/Haneda to New York/John F. Kennedy, Receives Tentative Approval by U.S. Department of Transportation

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American Airlines has announced the launch of a new route between Tokyo/Haneda and New York/John F. Kennedy. The U.S. Department of Transportation has provisionally approved the inauguration.

The new service is scheduled to launch within the next few months. The Tokyo/Haneda routes, which currently include twice daily flights to Los Angeles and once daily to Dallas/Fort Worth, are expected to expand to four routes in total. This will complement the twice-daily flights operated by Japan Airlines (JAL), a partner in the joint venture.

CEO Robert Isom expressed his enthusiasm, stating, “American Airlines looks forward to beginning non-stop flights from John F. Kennedy International Airport to Tokyo’s Haneda Airport. We are thankful to the U.S. Department of Transportation and appreciate the support from our partner JAL who assists our application. We are in a favourable position, collaborating to offer our customers a comprehensive network between two of the world’s most robust economies. This new service will add approximately 200,000 seats annually to the flights between the United States and Japan, providing customers with more options to conduct business in global markets, and stay connected with family and friends.”

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