21 FEBRUARY 2011
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Tokyo Haneda has now returned as a destination for oneworld partners American Airlines and British Airways after a 23-year gap. Back in 1978 both airlines moved to the then brand new Narita, 40 miles from Tokyo, Haneda losing its status as a long haul gateway.
The opening of a further runway at Haneda late last year has enabled a number of carriers the opportunity to offer both Japanese gateways. AA and BA both introduced new operations, yesterday, Sunday 20 February.
American is now offering the only flights between Tokyo Haneda and New York, with its daily JFK schedule complementing fellow oneworld member Japan Airlines' already established services between Haneda and San Francisco and Paris CDG. www.aa.com www.ba.com
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