Japanese carrier All Nippon Airways has published an updated flight schedule through June 15 showing capacity cuts for several routes.
For the month of May, the carrier said a total of 67 flights that serve four international routes have been affected by the changes, bringing the total number of affected flights to 4,987. Before these changes, ANA had planned to serve a total of 5,390 flights in May.
The carrier has announced changes to the following four routes for the remainder of May:
- Haneda – Bangkok: NH847 has been suspended, but NH850 will continue to operate seven times a week until May 31.
- Narita – Hanoi: NH897 has been suspended, NH898 will operate two round trips per week (Wednesdays and Saturdays) from May 16.
- Narita – Ho Chi Minh City: NH833 has been suspended until May 31, while NH834 will fly three round trips a week until June 1 on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
- Haneda – Manila: NH869 will continue to fly three round trips per week (on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays), while flight NH870 will only operate on May 13, 18, 20, 25.
Between June 1 and June 15, ANA says a total of 2,297 flights serving 70 routes will be affected by the changes, bringing the total number of affected flights during this period to 2,334. Before the changes, ANA had planned to serve a total of 2,597 flights serving 73 routes in early June.
Changes to its Asia Pacific routes published on ANA’s website show that carrier has further postponed the launch of additional flights between Haneda and Sydney from June 1 to June 16. On its Narita to Singapore route, the carrier will be operating flight NH803 between June 1 and June 6, while NH 804 will fly until June 7. These flights were originally suspended in May.
As for the carrier’s North American routes, ANA is planning to operate flights between Narita and San Francisco. The carrier said it will operate NH8 on June 1, and NH7 on June 2.
ANA’s full flight schedule between June 1 and June 16, as well as changes to its May schedule, can be viewed here.
The carrier said in a statement on its website that it has postponed the launch of its Haneda to Moscow route, as well as its Haneda to Istanbul route to sometime in July due to the coronavirus crisis. ANA said the new launch date will be announced “once decided”.