Japanese budget aircraft to launch service between Tokyo, Honolulu

Japan Airlines has another option for serving Hawaii: discount flights.

JAL’s new discount carrier, ZIPAIR, will launch service on Dec. 16 between Tokyo — Narita International Airport — and Honolulu.

It intends to work 16 roundtrip trips through the finish of January 2021.

Fares start at $180 for single direction flights.

ZIPAIR, which is staffed by JAL representatives, started traveler service in October with Tokyo to Seoul and Bangkok.

It comes over a month after Hawaii extended its pre-travel testing program to Japan, permitting travelers to forgo a two-week quarantine in the event that they give evidence of a negative COVID-19 test taken with a confided in testing supplier close to 72 hours before takeoff.

Travel limitations, nonetheless, stay set up in Japan for specific guests, including U.S. residents.

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