Japan Airlines Announced New Flights Between India And Japan: Check Full Schedule


Japan Airlines has announced that it will start operating new special flights between Bengaluru and Tokyo, Narita From 01st June 2021 under the air bubble arrangements.

Japan Airline Flight Schedule

Japan Airlines flight schedule from June 1 to September 30, 2021:

Flight No.DepartureArrivalDate/Days of Ops
JL030DelhiHanedaWed, Fri, Sun
JL039HanedaDelhiWed, Fri, Sun

As per their previous schedule, the airline has already plan to operate flights from India’s Delhi and Bengaluru to Japan’s Haneda and Narita From 16th April 21 to 31st May 21. The Schedule of these flights will be as following;

Flight No.DepartureArrivalDate/Days of Ops
JL030 Delhi (DEL)Haneda (HND)Wed, Fri, Sun
JL039 Haneda (HND)Delhi (DEL)Wed, Fri, Sun
JL754 Bengaluru (BLR)Narita (NRT)24th April & 15th May
JL753 Narita (NRT)Bengaluru (BLR)22nd April & 13th May
*Inventory has been opened for sale on 22nd Feburary’21 at 11:30 am onwards tentatively

It must be noted that the current Schedule of Japan Airline flights between India and Japan will remain the same until 15th April 2021.

Flight No.DepartureArrivalDate/Days of Ops
JL030 Delhi (DEL)Haneda (HND)Thu & Sat
JL039 Haneda (HND)Delhi (DEL)Thu & Sun
JL754 Bengaluru (BLR)Narita (NRT)14th Mar, 28th Mar, 04 Apr
JL753 Narita (NRT)Bengaluru (BLR)12th Mar, 26th Mar, 02 Apr

DEL-HND and BLR-NRT flights

Booking RBD / Class – Book B class and above for Economy and C class and above for Business will be open.

Categories of passengers eligible to fly:

  • Stranded Japanese passengers and their dependents.
  • All non-Japanese passengers holding Japan PR and dependents will also be permitted on these flights irrespective of their nationalities. Japan Airlines shall accept the booking for Indian nationals falling in this category.

All passengers need to obtain a negative Covid-19 test report with swab collection within 72 hours of departure. Fresh visas are issued by Japan Embassy under special circumstances.

In addition to the negative report, passengers also need to carry the certificate of testing of Covid-19. The certificate must be properly filled, stamped, and signed by an authorized doctor. All passengers need to fill in the necessary information on the questionnaire web in advance at the departure airport and show the QR code issued to you on the website to a quarantine officer at the arrival airport.


HND-DEL and NRT-BLR Flights

Booking RBD / Class – Book K class and above for Economy and D class and above for Business will be open.

Both Indian and Japanese airlines while operating inbound flights into India can carry the following passengers:

  • Stranded Indian nationals,
  • All Overseas Citizen of India (OCI) cardholders holding passports of Japan, and foreigners (including diplomats) holding valid visas issued by an Indian Mission in any category covered under Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) guidelines, as amended from time to time.

There is a mandatory requirement of travel-related information/self-declaration/ related documentation by the passenger itself, Passenger must visit the below link for self-declaration.

(English) https://www.jal.co.jp/jp/en/info/2020/inter/201014/index.html
(Japanese) https://www.jal.co.jp/jp/ja/info/2020/inter/201014/index.html


A mandatory negative RT PCR report with the test conducted within 72 hours prior to the departure from TYO is required.

“In case any passenger is been observed/deemed not fit to travel due to medical/or any other reason pertaining to health issues/ competent regulatory health protocol not adhered and that may be observed/assumed as to possibly impact the fellow passenger health during an ongoing pandemic, may be denied boarding at the sole discretion of Japan Airlines. Hence  Japan Airlines reserve the right of boarding subject to physical health evaluation,” the airline stated in an official release.

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Manish Khandelwal
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Manish Khandelwal, a tech enthusiast with over a decade of experience in the travel industry. Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Travelobiz.com, he's passionate about writing.

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