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Emirates To Open Third Destination In Japan

Tokyo, Japan is home to the Tokyo Skytree, the tallest free-standing broadcasting tower in the world, and from June 3rd, Emirates will increase its commitment to Japan by flying non-stop from Dubai, home of the tallest building in the world, the Burj Khalifa, to Tokyo International Airport (Haneda Airport).

Tokyo, Japan is home to the Tokyo Skytree, the tallest free-standing broadcasting tower in the world, and from 3 June 2013, Emirates will increase its commitment to Japan by flying non-stop from Dubai, home of the tallest building in the world, the Burj Khalifa, to Tokyo International Airport (Haneda Airport).

Dubai-based airline Emirates recently announced it is increasing its commitment to Japan with the launch of daily, non-stop flights between Dubai and Tokyo International Airport (Haneda Airport) on 3 June 2013.

HND3_600x600_100KBHaneda Airport is located in Ota-ku, Tokyo and handles the majority of domestic flights to and from Tokyo; it opened its doors to international carriers following the opening of the fourth runway and the international terminal in October 2010.

Haneda, which will become Emirates’ 131st destination, is currently ranked as the second busiest airport in Asia.

Operated by a three-class Boeing 777-200LR, EK312 will depart Dubai at 9:35am and arrive at Haneda Airport at 12:01am the following day. The return flight, EK313 will depart at 1:30am and arrive at Dubai International Airport at 7:05am.

Emirates has been operating to Japan since 2002 when it introduced non-stop flights to Osaka. In 2010, flights to Narita International Airport followed.

Tokyo International Airport (Haneda Airport) will become the second of Tokyo’s airports served by Emirates’ non-stop flights.

Tokyo International Airport (Haneda Airport) will become the second of Tokyo’s airports served by Emirates’ non-stop flights.

With a fleet of 196 aircraft, Emirates now flies to 128 destinations, having launched services to 15 destinations in 2012, Warsaw (Poland) and Algiers (Algeria) are set to join the network this year on 6 February and 1 March respectively.

Emirates Holidays, the airline’s tour operating arm, offers holidays to Japan, with itineraries that highlight attractions in Tokyo, Kyoto and Osaka.

Emirates Holidays provides holiday options that take travellers from Tokyo – the modern capital city; to the majestic Mount Fuji and the natural beauty of Hakone; to Nagoya and Kyoto, the cultural heart of Japan; and to Osaka, gateway to the Kansai region.

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