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Our seasonal service to Tokushima returns

Flying from 9 November 2019 to 28 March 2020

From dramatic coastlines and scenic mountains to bustling city life, Tokushima is the perfect gateway to explore the natural splendours and incredible heritage of Japan's Shikoku Island.

Flight schedule (11 December 2019 - 28 March 2020)

Choose from two Cathay Dragon flights a week on our A320 aircraft, offering our award-winning Business Class and Economy Class.

Flight No. Route Departure Arrival Day of the week
KA322 Hong Kong - Tokushima 09:25 14:00 Wednesday, Saturday
KA323 Tokushima - Hong Kong 16:15 19:35

Wednesday, Saturday

Note: Flight operation is subject to government approval. All times local. Flight number and schedule may change without prior notice.

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Passengers departing the UK, and aged 12 to 15, are exempted from the UK Air Passenger Duty (APD) Tax. Passengers booking online can request an APD Tax refund by contacting the local reservations office or Global Contact Centres.

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Discover Tokushima, gateway to Japan's beautiful Shikoku Island

Mountain, land, and sea come together in Tokushima, to offer the greatest combo of nature, heritage, and, of course, food. Whether sampling the local noodle and sudachi delicacies, shopping for natural indigo souvenirs, or braving across the old vine bridges in the wintery landscapes of the Iya Valley, you are sure to discover a brand new side of Japan when you visit Tokushima.

Selected imagery kindly provided by the Tokushima Prefecture Tourism Association.