• Joe Breitfeller

Hong Kong Airlines Resumes Osaka Service and Adds a Second Weekly Flights to Tokyo

Starting January 2, 2021, the carrier will resume service to Osaka’s Kansai International Airport with two weekly flights on Thursdays and Saturdays. Earlier this month, Hong Kong Airlines restarted flights to Tokyo Narita and will add a second weekly flight from January 1, 2021.


Hong Kong Airlines Airbus A330 - Courtesy Hong Kong Airlines

On Friday (December 18, 2020), Hong Kong Airlines announced the resumption of service to Kansai International Airport in Osaka, Japan, from January 2, 2021, with two weekly flights on Thursdays and Saturdays. The airline will also double their service to Tokyo’s Narita International Airport with twice-weekly service on Friday’s and Sundays. Hong Kong Airlines restarted service to Tokyo earlier this month with one weekly flight on Fridays after almost a year of hiatus due to the Global COVID-19 pandemic. The new Sunday service to Tokyo will be available from January 1, 2021 and both routes (Osaka and Tokyo), will be serviced with an Airbus A330.


Hong Kong Airlines is committed to providing a safe travel experience for guests and team members throughout their journey. In addition to deep cleaning and disinfection of aircraft interiors, all aircraft are equipped with HEPA filters that remove airborne particulates as cabin air is refreshed every few minutes. The airline also requires mandatory face coverings and offers contactless check-in and boarding, as well as temperature checks before boarding. Customers traveling to Japan should check the latest local government travel restrictions. For added flexibility, Hong Kong Airlines allows rebooking or last-minute destination changes up to 24 hours prior to departure without change fees.


Founded in 2006, Hong Kong Airlines serves 25 destinations across the Asia-Pacific and North America. The airline has 87 interline and 15 codeshare agreements and operates an all-Airbus fleet of 12 A320 Family, 21 A330 Family, and six A350-900 aircraft. Hong Kong Airlines operates one of the youngest fleets in the world and has been awarded a Four-Star rating by Skytrax since 2011.



Source: Hong Kong Airlines