Airlines offer new routes to Asia
Many U.S. airlines are adding new routes to Asia. This January, Japan will allow U.S. carriers to fly nonstop to Tokyo’s Haneda Airport, which is 33 miles closer to downtown Tokyo than Narita (the current entry option). American will launch nonstops from New York’s JFK; Delta will fly from Detroit and Los Angeles; and Hawaiian will run a flight from Honolulu. Making passage to China considerably simpler, Delta has introduced service between Seattle and Beijing, while American now flies to Beijing from Chicago’s O’Hare Airport.