Articles Tagged ‘ANA’
ANA All Nippon Airways returns to Myanmar, launching flights to Yangon from Tokyo Narita Airport.
EVA Air now competes with China Airlines on the route between Taiwan’s capital and Yangon in Myanmar.
ANA All Nippon Airways becomes third airline to link Tokyo Narita and Seattle with daily flights.
It has been a year since we last looked closely at the Japanese market. How is domestic traffic faring compared with the pre-earthquake/tsunami demand levels, and what are load factors like so far this year for ANA and JAL. What share of the domestic market do ANA and JAL currently have, and why is that […]
The gap between Airbus and Boeing remains to the advantage of the American air framer in June. But which start-up airline launched last week with an all-A320 fleet delivered in June? How many 787s did ANA receive last month? And by how many single-aisle frames does Airbus lead over Boeing?
ANA All Nippon Airways now flies from Fukuoka to Miyazaki as well as from Tokyo Narita Airport to Niigata.
This year is going to see a number of interesting developments in the Japanese air travel market and the launch of Osaka Kansai based LCC Peach (a joint venture involving ANA) is the first. But what routes has it chosen and what competition does it face both directly and indirectly? Once a third A320 joins […]
ANA All Nippon Airways now flies from Tokyo Haneda Airport, the city airport serving the Japanese capital, to Frankfurt Airport in Germany with the 787.
ANA now flies from Osaka Itami Airport to Akita Airport in the north of Japan, competing with Japan Airlines.
As far as aviation planners are concerned, ‘winter’ began this week. Due to the slot allocation system common in Europe, this tends to result in many new routes being launched. But how does this winter compare with last and what new factors might influence the introduction of new routes in the near future?
All Nippon Airways now flies from Matsuyama to Okinawa and between Nagoya and Hong Kong.
September has been a very special month for Boeing with All Nippon Airways receiving the first Dreamliner. But who, after five months’ absence, again took the monthly delivery lead? And which carriers received aircraft from both Airbus and Boeing?