Monday, June 15, 2020

Japan Airlines keen on connecting with Bengaluru

The much-awaited launch of flight services between Bengaluru and Narita (Tokyo), which had become a non-starter following the Covid-19 outbreak, could take off, if the ban on international flights is lifted by the government.
Japan Airlines, which was to operate flights between the two cities, has listed the Bengaluru-Narita route among the 60 international routes in its revised flight plan for July. The airline has stated that it plans to operate JL753/JL754 flights on the route with a scheduled 62 flights. The other route, which the airline plans to operate to India, is between Delhi and Haneda (Tokyo).
“Although entry restrictions continue to be implemented in various countries, the carrier has decided to operate scheduled flights to select international destinations in the US, Europe, and Asia to help support customers planning to return to Japan and for those planning to travel for business and personal reasons,” the airline said.
The daily flight between Bengaluru and Narita (Tokyo) was originally scheduled to commence on March 29, but its inaugural flight was delayed due to the Covid-19 outbreak.
This service between Bengaluru and Narita was expected to not only connect passengers between Japan and India, but also provide convenient connections to/from North America via Narita.
15/06/20 Hemanth CS/Bangalore Mirror
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