Beginning 2 April 2023, Emirates will resume its Tokyo-Haneda services, reinforcing its Japanese network and allowing travelers to travel to one of the region’s top economies. Using Emirates’ latest Boeing 777 “Game Changer” aircraft, flight EK312 departs Dubai at 07:50 hrs and arrives in Haneda at 22:35 hrs. Return flight EK313 departs Haneda at 00:05 hrs and arrives in Dubai at 06:20 hrs. All times are local.
Emirates continues to support Japan’s post-pandemic travel and tourism revival by catering to the surging demand for international travel and increasing inbound traffic from key markets across its global network. Along with its daily A380 service to Tokyo-Narita and a daily Boeing 777 service to Osaka, Emirates’ return to Haneda will boost the airline’s operations in the market.
Since it launched in 2013 and until the pandemic, Haneda has been one of Emirates’ key trade and tourism hubs. With 20 years of operations in Osaka – the country’s second largest metropolitan city after Tokyo – the airline remains committed to supporting Japan’s accelerated growth and recovery. Through its codeshare partnership with Japan Airlines, Emirates offers passengers access to 26 additional domestic and regional destinations in Japan.
Reservations can be made online, through the Emirates App, or through travel agents. It is also recommended that travelers check the latest entry requirements. Tokyo-Haneda brings Emirates’ global network to 141 points across 6 continents, including 10 cargo-only destinations. Emirates currently operates its latest Boeing 777-300ER aircraft with fully enclosed First Class suites to Brussels, Geneva, Nice, London Stansted, Frankfurt, and Zurich.