(Asahi: October 26, 2015 – p. 3)
All Nippon Airways (ANA), Japan Airlines (JAL), and other airlines increased their China routes to and from Haneda Airport on Oct. 25, including newly creating routes linking the Tokyo airport and Guangzhou, China. International flights connecting Haneda Airport with points overseas have doubled over the past five years to number over 100 flights a day.
The October increase was agreed by the Japanese and Chinese governments in May. China routes, excluding Taiwan flights, were increased by 12 a day [on Oct. 25]. In addition to their new Guangzhou routes, JAL and ANA added one flight a day each to both Beijing and Shanghai. Including flights operated by Chinese carriers, China routes to and from Haneda increased to 32 a day. International flights, including European and Southeast Asian routes, rose to a maximum of 101 a day.