JAL increases international flights for resort destinations this summer, resuming Kona and Guam services

Expecting to meet pent-up demand for overseas travel this summer, JAL will resume three Narita-Kona, Hawaii flights a week and two Narita-Guam flights a week in August this year. The flights will be served for the first time in the past two years.

In addition, JAL will resume two Nagoya (Centrair) -Honolulu flights a week on August 1, which will the first Japanese carrier’s international service from Centrair since the pandemic happened.

The followings are announced flight frequencies on resort routes in August 2022:

Operated by JAL

Three flights a week on Narita-Kona

Two flights a day on Haneda-Honolulu

Daily flights on Narita-Honolulu

Around three flights a week on Kansai-Honolulu

Around two flights a week on Nagoya-Honolulu

Around two flights a week on Narita-Guam

Operated by ZIP AIR

Daily flights on Narita-Honolulu

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