The resumed route joins the airline’s Doha-Narita service in its Tokyo network
Qatar Airways has resumed its direct service between Tokyo International Airport and Doha’s Hamad International Airport.
Qatar's national carrier will operate its Airbus A350-900 aircraft, fitted with 36 Qsuite Business Class seats and 247 Economy Class seats.
In addition to the existing Narita-Doha service, the resumption of daily flights from Haneda Airport will increase the flight frequency from the greater Tokyo area from seven to 14 flights a week.
Flight QR812 leaves Doha at 06:30 and lands in Tokyo Haneda at 23:30. On the return leg, flight QR813 leaves Tokyo Haneda at 01:00 and arrives in Doha at 06:30.
Travellers from Tokyo will be able to connect to more than160 destinations across Africa, Europe and the Middle East via Doha.
Qatar Airways group chief executive Akbar Al Baker said: “The resumption of the Tokyo Haneda-Doha service follows our major network expansion announced at ITB Berlin 2023, which will see an extra 655 weekly flights in 2023 compared to 2022.
"Japan remains a significant market for Qatar Airways and its passengers, and in addition to Haneda, the airline will soon be resuming flights to Osaka this year.”
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