Air France resumes flights to Tokyo Haneda after 35 years

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Starting March 30, 2014, Air France will resume flights to Tokyo Haneda after a break of 35 years. These will be added to the existing ones towards Tokyo Narita. Thus, the French air carrier will operate two daily flights - one day and one night - to Tokyo Haneda and one daily flight to Tokyo Narita.

The daily flights on the route Paris CDG - Tokyo Haneda will be operated with Boeing 777-200 aircraft configured in 3 classes and a capacity of 309 seats: 35 seats in Business Class, 24 in Premium Economy and 250 in Economy. The night flights will be operated with Boeing 777-300 aircraft configured in 4 classes and with a capacity of 303 seats: 8 seats in La Première, 67 in Business, 24 in Premium Economy and 200 in Economy.

Operational program on Paris CDG - Tokyo Haneda route:

The day flight:
AF 272 flight leaves Paris-Charles de Gaulle at 10: 55 and arrives at Tokyo-Haneda at 6: 00 the following day.
AF 279 flight departs from Tokyo-Haneda at 07: 35 and reaches Paris-Charles de Gaulle at 13: 15 the same day.

Night flight:
AF 274 flight departs from Paris-Charles de Gaulle at 23: 30 and reaches Tokyo-Haneda at 18: 40 the following day.
AF 293 flight leaves Tokyo-Haneda at 22: 15 and arrives at Paris-Charles de Gaulle at 03: 55 the following day.

Air France-KLM Group is the market leader in the number of flights between Europe and Japan. For the 2013-2014 winter season, Air France and KLM airline offer 52 weekly flights departing from Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Amsterdam-Schiphol, some of which are operated in code-share with Japan Airlines. Three destinations are on offer: Tokyo, Osaka and Fukuoka.

Air France:
Tokyo: 4 daily flights (2 Air France flights to Tokyo-Narita; 1 Air France flight operated by Japan Airlines to Tokyo-Narita; 1 Air France flight operated by Japan Airlines to Tokyo-Haneda)
Osaka: DO NOT fly daily

KLM:
- Tokyo: 7 flights a week
- Osaka: 7 flights a week
- Fukuoka: 3 flights a week

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