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International Scheduled Flights to/from Haneda to Begin 31 October 2010

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Today, the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism (MLIT) officially confirmed that international scheduled flights may begin operating from Haneda Airport (formally Tokyo International Airport) from 31 October 2010.

 The Ministry also confirmed that the airport's fourth runway and new international passenger terminal will be open for use from 21 October 2010.

 "The launch of more international routes from Haneda Airport and its latest international passenger terminal is strategically important to JAL, and we are delighted at the announcement," said JAL Group President and Chief Operating Officer, Masaru Onishi. "From October 31, 2010, Japan Airlines plans to start flying from Haneda to San Francisco, Honolulu, Paris, Bangkok and Taipei (Songshan). These routes were in operation up until 1978, and will be restored this October after 30 years. On the same day, current scheduled-charter flights to Seoul, Beijing, Shanghai and Hong Kong will be officially converted to scheduled flights and passengers can look forward to more convenience."

The airline also has plans to expand its codeshare partnership with fellow oneworld Alliance member, American Airlines, including on its allotted Haneda - New York route.

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