Air Canada’s new daily service between Toronto-Pearson and Tokyo International Airport (Haneda) using the Boeing 787 Dreamliner will begin July 1, 2014. The only non-stop flight between Canada and Tokyo-Haneda and the first daytime flight to Tokyo-Haneda from North America, it will also be the first deployment of Air Canada’s Dreamliner in the Asian market.
“Air Canada is very pleased to offer customers, especially business travelers to Japan, the option of flying to Tokyo-Haneda airport aboard our new 787 Dreamliner. Located less than 30 minutes by monorail from Tokyo’s central business district, Tokyo-Haneda is Japan’s busiest airport and is popular with travelers going into the city. Moreover, with North America’s only daytime flight to Tokyo-Haneda, the schedule is convenient for those who want to maximize productivity during their trip. It will also further strengthen our Toronto global hub, whose easy connection processes and shorter elapsed flying times make it ideal for travelers to and from the U.S. north-east,” said Ben Smith, executive vice-president and Chief Commercial Officer of Air Canada.
“To provide customers choice, Air Canada will continue to offer service from Toronto, Calgary and Vancouver to Narita airport. Both Japanese airports offer a wealth of onward domestic and international connections through ANA and our other Star Alliance partners. All flights to Japan feature Air Canada’s international business class with lie-flat seats, Maple Leaf Lounge access and concierge service for eligible customers, Aeroplan redemption and accumulation, and the other amenities for which Air Canada is recognized by Skytrax as the Best Airline in North America.”
Air Canada will begin taking delivery of 37 Boeing 787 Dreamliners in spring 2014. The aircraft features a brand new contemporary décor and three cabins of service, International Business with 180-degree lie-flat pod seating, Premium Economy and Economy. It also offers an extensive choice of in-flight entertainment on enhanced-definition, seat-back touch screens along with power outlets and USB ports available for all customers. Visit 787.aircanada.com for full details and a virtual tour of the aircraft and its cabin amenities.
Tickets for Toronto-Tokyo-Haneda are available now.