Turkish Airlines returns to Tokyo (to Narita and Haneda)
Turkish Airlines is relaunching flights to Tokyo-Narita and Tokyo-Haneda. Stopping its services to the two Japanese airports for almost three years (due to the pandemic), the Turkish carrier has resumed its commercial flights to the two airports of the Japanese capital.
Now between one and two daily flights (up to ten per week) are operated by the Star Alliance airline.
Flights between Istanbul and Narita are served three times a week by 787-9 (30 + 270) while Haneda benefits from a daily frequency provided by Boeing 777-300ER.
In 2019 (before the pandemic spread all over the world), the number of passengers using the flights offered by Turkish Airlines to and from Tokyo airports reached 219,000 passengers, with an occupancy rate of 89%.
The number of passengers passing through Istanbul Airport on their way to Tokyo reached 169,000 passengers.