DUBAI, UAE — As of April 2, 2023, Emirates has restored its entire Japanese network by resuming passenger services to Tokyo-Haneda, bolstering the airline's ongoing expansion in the Southeast Asia region.

An Emirates state-of-the-art Boeing 777, flight EK312, took off from Dubai on April 2 at 7:50 am local and touched down in Haneda at 10:35 pm local. In return, flight EK313 left Haneda on April 3 at 00:05 am local and landed in Dubai at 06:20 pm local.

Satish Sethi, Emirates' Country Manager in Japan, expressed enthusiasm for the growth of their Japanese network and gratitude to local authorities and partners for their unwavering support in facilitating seamless global connectivity for Japanese travelers. With a presence spanning over two decades, Emirates is delighted to return to Tokyo-Haneda and eagerly anticipates meeting the rising demand for international travel. The convenient night flight from Haneda enables travelers to effortlessly access Emirates' points beyond Dubai, encompassing Europe, Africa, and the Middle East.

Complementing Tokyo-Haneda, Emirates also provides daily services to Tokyo-Narita and Osaka. Through its codeshare partnership with Japan Airlines, the airline connects passengers to 24 additional domestic cities in Japan. Moreover, Japanese travelers can seamlessly reach over 130 destinations across six continents via Dubai, including sought-after locations like Italy, Spain, the US, France, and the UK.

The cutting-edge Emirates Boeing 777 aircraft boasts ergonomically designed seats and the newest edition of the airline's award-winning ice inflight entertainment system across all cabin classes, from First Class to Business and Economy. Focusing on exceptional customer comfort and privacy, Emirates' revolutionary Boeing 777 private suites showcase floor-to-ceiling sliding doors and cutting-edge design elements. With a generous 40 square feet of personal space each, the six spacious, fully-enclosed private suites are arranged in a 1-1-1 configuration and feature virtual windows that display high-definition projections of the external environment.