ANA Moves Sydney services to Tokyo Haneda Airport Terminal 2

Tokyo, Japan - View of a row of aircrafts in Tokyo Haneda International Airport in the morning.
Edited by Travel Weekly

    All Nippon Airways (ANA), Japan’s largest and 5-star airline for 10 consecutive years, will increase the number of international flights departing from Haneda Airport Terminal 2 beginning October 29.

    Along with its current service of five flights, a total of 16 flights will depart from Terminal 2, including all flights to Europe (London, Paris, Frankfurt, and Munich) and flights to destinations such as Honolulu, Singapore, Sydney and Shanghai (Hongqiao).

    • Beginning October 29, the number of international flights departing from Haneda Airport Terminal 2 will triple, increasing from the current five flights to a total of 16 flights.
    • The 16 international flights will include all ANA flights from Haneda to Europe and as well as flights to Honolulu, Singapore, Sydney and Shanghai (Hongqiao).
    • The minimum transfer time from domestic flights to international flights in Terminal 2 is 55 minutes, allowing passengers to make convenient connections from cities in Japan to overseas destinations via Haneda.

    ANA will continue to expand the number of routes operated from Terminal 2.

    International Flights departing from Haneda Airport Terminal 2 from Oct. 29, 2023:

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