It’s about to be easier and cheaper than ever to fly to Japan from the United States. On May 8, Japan will lift all vaccine and testing requirements for visitors—and you can take advantage of the reopening and fly there for just $91.
Zipair is launching a new route between Tokyo Narita Airport and San Francisco International Airport on June 2. To celebrate, the airline is offering one-way fares as low as $91.
The new Tokyo to San Francisco route will operate five days a week: Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays. To book the $91 tickets, visit Zipair’s website and search using the fare calendar to find the lowest rates.
The economy tickets include a carry-on weighing no more than 7 kilograms (15.4 pounds) along with free inflight WiFi.
Checking a bag will cost extra, as will in-flight meals. Zipair aims to offer a “contactless inflight experience,” so flyers can use their smartphones or tablets to order and pay for food, drinks, and amenity kits while onboard.
Zipair is the low-cost subsidiary of Japan Airlines that was launched in 2018. The airline already operates flights between Japan and Honolulu, Los Angeles, and San José.
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