MANILA, Philippines – Philippine Airlines (PAL) will be offering more flights to Japan as it launches its Haneda-Manila route on March 30, 2014.
PAL said the flights will be offered twice a day, complementing its thrice a day service to Narita.
Haneda will be PAL’s fifth gateway to Japan, following Narita, Fukuoka, Osaka and Nagoya.
PAL, the biggest Philippine operator to and from Japan, currently operates 21 weekly flights to Narita, 5 times a week to Fukuoka, 7 to Nagoya and 7 to Osaka.
"The new service makes PAL the exclusive operator on the Haneda-Manila route. This route forms part of PAL's network expansion aimed at providing our passengers more and better choices,” said PAL president Ramon Ang.
Haneda airport is located around 30 minutes away from the Tokyo metropolis.
PAL also announced that it is upgrading its inflight menu with the introduction of Bento Box meals on all flights to and from Japan.