According to USA Today, Hawaiian Airlines will soon be able to make daytime flights to Japan.
Currently U.S. flights land at Haneda between 10 p.m. and 7 a.m. local time because of noise concerns.
Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx tentatively announced Wednesday that the four airlines serving Tokyo’s Haneda airport with night-time flights have been chosen to begin more desirable daytime flights this fall.
American Airlines and Delta Air Airlines will fly from Los Angeles. Delta will also fly from Minneapolis/St. Paul, which is a new route. United Airlines will fly from San Francisco and Hawaiian Airlines will fly from Honolulu.