On April 2, Emirates resumed its flights to Tokyo-Haneda, restoring its full Japanese network and further expanding its presence in Southeast Asia. Satish Sethi, Emirates’ country manager in Japan, expressed excitement for the continued development of the airline’s Japanese network, and thanked local authorities and partners for their support in providing seamless global connectivity for Japanese travelers. The flight EK312 from Dubai to Haneda was operated by one of the airline’s latest Boeing 777 “Game Changer” aircraft, with valuable connectivity for travelers to access Emirates’ points beyond Dubai. In addition to Tokyo-Haneda, Emirates also operates daily services to Tokyo-Narita and Osaka, offering passengers access to 24 additional domestic cities in Japan through its codeshare partnership with Japan Airlines. Japanese travelers can benefit from access to over 130 destinations across six continents via Dubai, including popular destinations such as Italy, Spain, the US, France, and the UK.
Emirates and United also recently activated their codeshare partnership, providing Emirates customers with easier access to an expanded choice of US destinations. Meanwhile, Emirates announced it will deploy its signature A380 aircraft to Bali starting from June 1, marking the first scheduled A380 service to the country.