The Dubai-based airline will resume service to Japan from April 2, 2023, adding to the two daily flights operated to Tokyo-Narita by Airbus A380 and Osaka by Boeing 777.
Emirates' Japanese and wider Asian network will be further strengthened from April 2, 2023, with the resumption of daily service to Tokyo-Haneda, operated by Boeing 777-300ER. This resumed route is in addition to two daily services that have already restarted, Tokyo-Narita operated by Airbus A380 and Osaka, operated by Boeing 777-300ER.
Emirates is back to a total of 141 destinations worldwide
In addition to these three direct daily services from Dubai, Emirates offers its passengers access to 26 cities in Japan and 10 regional points via Tokyo and Osaka, thanks to its codeshare agreement with Japan Airlines. With the addition of Tokyo-Haneda, Emirates will increase its global network to 141 points of entry on six continents, of which 10 destinations are exclusively cargo. Emirates currently operates its latest Boeing 777-300ERs, equipped with private First Class suites, to Brussels, Geneva, Nice, London Stansted, Frankfurt and Zurich.
Optimized service on Emirates' Boeing 777
From First Class to Economy to Business Class, Emirates' latest Boeing 777 is equipped with ergonomic seating, enhanced product numbers and "ice", the latest version of IFE (in-flight entertainment system) in all cabins. Emirates' private suites are fully enclosed with sliding doors. Offering up to 12 square meters of personal space, they are arranged in a 1-1-1 configuration, for a total of six suites. With ice, Emirates passengers have access to more than 5,000 entertainment programs including movies, TV shows, music, podcasts, games and audio books. Also recall that the Airbus A380, the spearhead of Emirates' long-haul fleet is deployed to 40 destinations, including Paris, London Heathrow, Auckland (New Zealand), Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia), and Houston, among others.
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