Six of these 13 flights are scheduled services and seven are flights delayed from Friday (11 March), including the two Narita-bound flights that were diverted yesterday to Osaka and Nagoya.
A Cathay Pacific spokesperson said that all our flights to Tokyo are expected to operate according to normal schedule tomorrow (Sunday, 13 March), with four direct flights, one flight via Taipei to Narita and two flights to Haneda.
"We will closely monitor the situation and deploy our resources to meet the needs of passengers to and from Tokyo,” the spokesman added.
Passengers going to Tokyo are advised that the situation is still fluid and ground transport in quake affected areas has yet to fully recover.
They are also advised to check the airline’s website, www.cathaypacific.com, for updated flight arrival and departure information before departing for the airport. To ensure customers receive the latest flight status updates via SMS or e-mail, they are advised to update contact details in Manage My Booking through our website.
Passengers without confirmed bookings are advised not to go to the airports. Instead they should call the Cathay Pacific Reservation hotlines:
Hong Kong: 2747-1888
Cathay Pacific has scheduled to operate the following flights to and from Tokyo today (Saturday, 12 March):
CX450 (HK-Taipei-Narita) Dep 1010 Arr 1700
CX500 (HK-Narita) Dep 1520 Arr 2020
CX542 (HK-Haneda) Dep 1610 Arr 2105
CX505 (Narita-HK) Dep 1820 Arr 2235
CX509 (Narita-HK) Dep 2140 Arr 0150 + 1
CX543 (Haneda-HK) Dep 2320 Arr 0335 +1
Regarding the flights that were affected on Friday (11 March), their flight schedule today (Saturday, 12 March) is as follows:
CX450D (Osaka-Narita) Dep 1300 Arr 1430
CX520D (Nagoya-Narita) Dep 1400 Arr 1500
CX500D (HK-Narita) Dep 1550 Arr 2040
CX542D (HK-Haneda) Dep 1710 Arr 2150
CX451D (Narita-Taipei-HK) Dep 1200 Arr 1740
CX505D (Narita-HK) Dep 1600 Arr 2000
CX521D (Narita-HK) Dep 1655 Arr 2050