Published on : Friday, November 29, 2013
Singapore Airlines will add a third daily flight to Tokyo’s Haneda Airport in March, lifting to five the number of daily services to the Japanese capital, including two to Narita Airport. Flight timings for existing Haneda services will also be revised for the convenience of customers.
The third daily Haneda service is being introduced with effect from 30 March 2014 to meet healthy demand for travel to and from the Japanese capital. Airbus A330-300 aircraft will be operated, adding nearly 2,000 seats per week on the route.
Flight SQ632 will depart Singapore at 0800hrs and arrive in Haneda at 1600hrs. The new SQ633 return flight will depart Haneda at 1705hrs and arrive in Singapore at 2305hrs. The existing SQ633 flight will be renumbered to SQ635.
Existing flight timings will also be revised to enable customers to connect to domestic flights or to access public transportation more conveniently. Please see the table below for the full flight schedule to Tokyo Haneda and Tokyo Narita airports.
With the new service, Singapore Airlines will operate a total of 63 flights per week to Japan. In addition to Tokyo, the Airline operates daily to both Fukuoka and Nagoya, and twice-daily to Osaka.
Source:- Singapore Airlines
Tags: 2016 olympic games, buenos aires, calibre, candidate cities, capital city of japan, international olympics committee, ioc official, ioc president, Japan Tourism, olympic games, olympics, outset, three cities, tie breaker, Tokyo