Delta Will Launch New Service Between Haneda and Honolulu

Delta Will Launch New Service Between Haneda and Honolulu

Delta announced today that it will launch a nonstop daily service between Tokyo International Airport and Honolulu International Airport on Oct. 28, 2023. The Haneda-Honolulu nonstop service will begin Oct. 29, 2023.

This is the first time Delta has offered a service between Haneda and Honolulu after all Tokyo operations were moved from Narita Airport to Haneda in early 2020, the start of which was delayed by the pandemic.  

Delta’s Haneda-Honolulu flight will operate on a Boeing 767-300ER, offering Delta One, Delta Premium Select, Delta Comfort+ and Main Cabin options.  

Delta One customers can stretch out in a full flat-bed seat and enjoy premium amenities like artisan-made Someone Somewhere amenity kits, plush bedding made from recycled materials, additional beverage options before take-off, chef-curated meals and decadent desserts like a build-your-own ice cream sundae.  

Meanwhile, customers flying in Delta Premium Select will have more space to relax in a wider seat with a deeper recline and an adjustable footrest and leg rest, along with an improved dining experience, and premium hand-crafted amenities.

Customers in every cabin get seat-back screens featuring hours of complimentary premium entertainment via Delta Studio, in-seat power. They can also enjoy high-speed Wi-Fi at a cost, but it will be free by the end of 2024

Eligible customers have access to the Delta Sky Club at both Haneda and Honolulu airports.  

Delta schedule* for Haneda (HND) – Honolulu (HNL) flights  

Flight  Departs  Arrives  Operating Aircraft 
DL180  Haneda at 9:00 p.m.  Honolulu at 8:55 a.m. (same day)  Daily  B767-300ER 
DL181  Honolulu at 2:00 p.m.  Haneda at 6:45 p.m.  

(next day) 

Daily  B767-300ER 

*The schedule is subject to change.  

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1 thought on “Delta Will Launch New Service Between Haneda and Honolulu”

  1. Hnl-nrt used to be on an A330 that turned to hnl-sea. Was nice to fly that red eye in lie flats.

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