All Nippon Airways (ANA) will temporarily change its flight frequency to select cities in Asia, Europe, and North America. Based on changes to immigration guidelines, recently instituted public health quarantine measures, and passenger demand, the company has adjusted its flight schedules from December to January for select routes.
ANA will continue to monitor local immigration restrictions and quarantine guidelines as well as demand trends and travel viability as it decides on the frequency of flights and when to resume certain routes. Furthermore, ANA will adhere to the standards and protocols established by the “ANA Care Promise,” its initiative to provide a clean and hygienic environment at airports and onboard aircraft so customers can travel safely and comfortably.
Service for the Tokyo Narita – Shenzhen route will launch on Dec. 14. ANA will be the first Japanese airline to operate this route. In December, ANA will resume the Tokyo Narita – Phnom Penh route, and also increase the number of flights serving the Tokyo Narita – Singapore route, as well as the Hanoi to Tokyo Narita, Ho Chi Minh City to Tokyo Haneda, Ho Chi Minh City to Tokyo Narita and Yangon to Tokyo Narita routes.
In addition, ANA will operate the Tokyo Narita – Dusseldorf route to meet high demand during the year-end and New Year holiday season. Tentative flights will be operated for the San Francisco to Nagoya (Chubu) and the Houston to Nagoya (Chubu) routes in anticipation of increased demand for travel from North America to Nagoya (Chubu) and the surrounding Chubu region of Japan.
A total of 106 flights serving ten routes will be affected from Dec. 1, 2020 to Jan. 31, 2021.Email Post to a Friend