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ANA adjusts flights for second half of FY2014

22 Aug 2014 by Clement Huang

All Nippon Airways (ANA) is making significant changes to its flight schedule for the second half of the 2014 financial year, which it attributes to the changing demands in Asian air travel and capitalisation of the expansion of Haneda Airport.

The carrier will be rotating its aircraft onto different routes within Asia, for example the Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner will make its debut on the Tokyo (Haneda)–Seoul (Gimpo) service. The full list of changes is reflected below. 

Route

Start

Current service

New service

Tokyo (Haneda) – Taipei (Song Shan)

Oct 26, 2014

B787-8

B767-300ER

7 per wk

7 per wk

B787-8

14 per wk

Tokyo (Haneda) – Manila

Oct 26, 2014

B787-8

7 per wk

B767-300ER

7 per wk

Tokyo (Haneda) – Seoul (Gimpo)

Feb 1, 2015

B777-200ER

B777-300ER

14 per wk

7 per wk

B787-8

B777-300ER

14 per wk

7 per wk

Tokyo (Narita) – Shanghai

Feb 1, 2015

B787-8

B767-300ER

14 per wk

7 per wk

B787-8

B767-300ER

B777-200ER

7 per wk

7 per wk

7 per wk

In addition, ANA will also be reducing flight frequency for its Tokyo (Narita)–Chengdu service. The carrier currently flies between the two cities seven times weekly, but this will soon drop to only four per week. 

For more information, visit ana.co.jp

Clement Huang

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