There is no launch date set for the ispace Hakuto-R mission. SpaceX's Launches webpage still says when a date is confirmed they'll let us know.
There is a launch date for the One Web mission, but not the one published by Spaceflight Now:
Assuming no more surprises.
We've talked about OneWeb and their problems with launching on Soyuz rockets from Roscosmos. The Russians seized a complete payload of 34 OneWeb satellites while nullifying their contract. With a sudden, desperate need for launch services, OneWeb hired their competitor
Falcon 9’s first OneWeb mission will launch a record 40 of the Starlink competitor’s 150-kilogram (~330 lb) satellites to low Earth orbit (LEO), where the satellites will use their own propulsion to climb to operational orbits around 1200 kilometers (~750 mi). The mission – OneWeb’s 15th launch since February 2019 – won’t be the first since Russia’s second invasion of Ukraine, a privilege that fell to the second operational launch of India’s GSLV Mk-III (LVM3) rocket.
A OneWeb executive says that SpaceX will also launch its 16th mission as early as January 2023, leaving its first-generation constellation with 540 of 648 planned satellites in orbit. OneWeb has one more 36-satellite LVM3 launch on contract, indicating that it will likely need two more Falcon 9 launches to complete its constellation.
All 40 of the OneWeb satellites prepared for this coming mission, and ready to be enclosed by the payload fairing. OneWeb Photo