Emirates SkyCargo Restarts Cargo Flights to Tokyo Haneda

Emirates SkyCargo Restarts Cargo Flights to Tokyo Haneda

Twice weekly service on Emirates’ Boeing 777-300ER aircraft

Emirates SkyCargo has commenced twice weekly scheduled cargo flights to Tokyo Haneda (HND) airport. The flights will be operated twice weekly on Emirates’ Boeing 777-300ER aircraft.

The flight to Haneda airport will provide additional flexibility for Japanese and international customers to transport cargo to and from Japan.

Importers of fresh produce such as seafood and flowers will benefit from the additional flight frequencies introduced by Emirates SkyCargo due to the proximity of Haneda airport to local markets including the Toyosu fish market and the Ohta flower market.

With the introduction of flights to Tokyo Haneda airport, Emirates SkyCargo has effectively recommenced direct cargo flights from all three of its previous points in Japan.

The air cargo carrier currently offers cargo capacity on four flights a week to Tokyo Narita airport, increasing to five flights weekly from 27 October in addition to five weekly flights to Osaka’s Kansai International Airport.

Emirates SkyCargo offers cargo capacity on its fleet of wide body aircraft including 11 Boeing 777 freighters.

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