This summer, JAL will increase the number of flights on the Honolulu route and operate the Kona and Guam routes for the first time in two years.
Tokyo, May 26, 2022 – Japan Airlines (JAL) today announced that JAL will increase the number of
flights to Honolulu and operate Kona and Guam routes during the summer season in response to the
easing of restrictions on entry into Japan and the lowering of the infectious disease risk information
level by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan.
JAL Group Resort routes Hawaii, Guam August Flight Information
(*1) JL784 Tokyo (Narita) – Honolulu : Service suspended on 21, 28AUG
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For nearly 70 years, JAL has contributed to the development of Hawaii as a bridge between Japan
and Hawaii. We will continue to contribute to the development of Hawaii's tourism industry in a
manner consistent with the ”Mālama” concept, which Hawaii promotes for conservation and
John De Fries, President and CEO of Hawaiʻi Tourism Authority, says “The strong ties between Japan
and Hawaiʻi go back many generations, so the return of travel between our two nations is much like
welcoming family home after a long absence. Mālama, or caring for our home and one another, is a
value that is part of both Japanese and Hawaiian traditions that define us as island people. We
appreciate our long-standing relationship with Japan Airlines and look forward to working closely
together for many years to come.”
JAL has also contributed to the development of Guam as well as Hawaii: the year 2022 is the 55th
anniversary of the commercial flights between Japan and Guam, and JAL has operated Tokyo – Guam
route since 1970.
Carl T.C. Gutierrez, President and CEO of Guam Visitors Bureau, says “Japan Airlines has supported Guam’s
tourism industry for more than 50 years, and we are pleased to see their resumption of direct service in support of our recovery efforts in the Japan market. We look forward to greeting all future travelers with our warm Håfa Adai spirit and thank JAL for their continued partnership.”
JAL will continue to provide safe and reliable travel experience to our customers and, as Japan’s wing, will
continue to be close to Hawaii and Guam, contributing to the protection of the natural environment and mutual development.