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All Nippon Airways is to switch its Heathrow-Tokyo flights from Narita to Haneda airport next year.
The Japanese carrier will make the move from the start of its summer season on March 30, 2014. ANA will continue to use a Boeing 777-300ER on the Heathrow-Haneda route.
The Haneda-Heathrow flight will depart London at 19.35 to arrive in Tokyo at 15.15 the following day, while the service from Haneda leaves at 11.30 to arrive at Heathrow at 16.00 the same day.
ANA said that although Heathrow-Narita was being cancelled, codeshare partner Virgin Atlantic would continue to operate on this route.
The Star Alliance member is expanding at Haneda for summer 2014 with the introduction of two new routes to Vancouver in Canada and Hanoi in Vietnam.
“Haneda airport is easily accessible from Tokyo and the new flight schedule, combined with ANA’s existing domestic network, will make it easier and more convenient for passengers to connect within Japan and to travel to overseas destinations,” said ANA in a statement.
“While new destinations such as Vancouver and Hanoi will be serviced from Haneda airport, flights to London, Paris, Jakarta and Manila will also start flying from Haneda airport in addition to existing services from Narita airport.”