More direct flights, more Japan

The Lufthansa Group's network to Japan includes direct connections to Tokyo-Haneda (HND), Narita (NRT) and Osaka/Kansai (KIX) airports with up to 30 weekly flights in the 2024 summer timetable. In addition, connections from Munich (MUC) to Osaka/Kansai Airport will be significantly increased this year.

All Lufthansa Group Airlines flights to Japan at a glance:

Flight numberfromtoDepartureArrivalFrequency
LH 716MUCHND12:4008:00
+1
7/7
LH 714FRAHND14:0509:50
+1
7/7
LH 742MUCKIX11:5506:55
+1
7/7
LX 160ZRHNRT13:0508:50
+1
5/7
OS 51*VIENRT13:3008:50
+1
3/7
OS 51**VIENRT13:3008:50
+1
4/7
*From May 2024 **From June 2024

The biggest ports of call in the Kansai region:

Kyoto, Osaka, Tokyo and Kobe - the Kansai region in Japan is far more than just the historical heart of the country, it is one of the largest metropolitan regions in the world. Business travel to this region could not be more versatile - it is not without reason that the Lufthansa Group is celebrating the 55th anniversary of this connection this year. Since 1969, starting with Lufthansa, the Kansai region in Japan has been connected to Germany by Lufthansa Group airlines.

Osaka - once the traditional trading center of Japan, this city is still one of the most important industrial centers and one of the most important ports in Japan.

Kyoto - Kyoto is also easy to reach from Kansai Airport. Business travelers will find a wide range of business partners in Kyoto. From many traditional family businesses to large electronics companies such as Nintendo and Kyocera.

Kobe - the modern city on the Bay of Osaka is home to one of Japan's largest seaports.

Tokyo - via the "1st class airport" Tokyo-Haneda, travelers reach the capital of Japan directly. As one of the most populous regions in the world, Tokyo offers a breathtaking variety of possibilities.

Published 08.05.2024