While this is a little high CPM-wise for a premium economy mileage run not yielding mega MQD, I know Minneapolis area flyers are starved for mileage runs. So I figured we’d toss this one up in case it helps anyone.
This Delta Air Lines MSP to Tokyo Haneda trip departs Tuesday, March 10 (though a few other dates might be available — check this Google Flights link). It arrives the following day at Tokyo’s Haneda Airport. Enjoy an evening in Tokyo and nearly all of Thursday before your 7:20 PM return flight. Arrive back in MSP at 4:20 PM on the same calendar day.
Both flights are nonstop.
The price works with few different return dates — so you can make a nice vacation run of it if you like.
Here are the vitals:
- Dates: Depart March 10, arrive March 11. Return March 12.
- Route: MSP-HND. Overnight in Tokyo. HND-MSP
- Cost: $1395.35 in Premium Select
- MQM: 17,946 (7.8 CPM)
- MQD: $1,298
If you have IHG points (consider getting the IHG Premier Rewards Credit Card), I highly recommend staying at The Strings by InterContinental. It’s connected to Shinagawa train station and about a 15-minute train ride from Haneda.
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