Delta Air Lines will begin shifting flights from Tokyo Narita to Tokyo Haneda airport in March, a move that will culminate in Delta’s complete exit from Narita.
The carrier’s transfer to Haneda, made possible by the recent opening of new flight slots, will complete Delta’s long-standing dismantling of its Narita operation.
As part of the shift, Delta will cancel its Narita-Singapore flight in September and its Narita-Manila flight in March 2020, the carrier says, and will not move these flights to Haneda.
But it will replace the Manila service with a new flight to that city from Seoul Incheon, the hub it operates with joint-venture partner Korean Air.
Delta’s customers will have access to Singapore via flights on Korean Air, Delta says…