As part of its extensive network development, All Nippon Airways (ANA), a member of the Star Alliance, has announced three additional flights to Europe departing from Tokyo’s Haneda airport.
Although the airline had to delay the start of flights to Milan, Stockholm, and Istanbul due to the pandemic, ANA has announced that they would resume service during the 2024 winter timetable. The company said that once the additional routes are finalised, they will announce them.
In addition, starting in July, ANA will offer daily service on the Haneda-Munich and Haneda-Paris CDG services.
The airline will also start flying again between Vienna and Haneda in August.
With effect from 31 March and 16 April, respectively, ANA will quadruple daily service between Haneda Shanghai and Beijing and resume service between Narita and Hong Kong.
In a separate development, after the ANA subsidiary receives its second 787-8 aircraft on 30 April, the low-cost subsidiary AirJapan will raise the frequency of Narita-Bangkok to daily.
“The core of our growth in the next fiscal year will be our international flight business. We will firmly resume the international routes that were suspended during the COVID-19 pandemic and inaugurate flights to new destinations to allow for more and new customers to experience the ANA Group,” said Koji Shibata, president and chief executive officer of ANA’s parent company, ANAHD.
“With the addition of AirJapan, we can leverage three brands and offer customers different options to meet their travel needs. This ambitious network expansion reflects investments to meet demand while adhering to our sustainable growth mission,” he added.