All Nippon Airways (ANA) has delayed the launch of its third airline AirJapan until late 2023 or early 2024. That’s about a year later than the original plan, which mentioned the first services to start ‘around fiscal 2022’, which is the March 2022-March 2023 period....
The parent company of Japanese carrier All Nippon Airways (ANA), ANA Holdings, plans to issue nearly ¥150 billion worth of bonds. Proceeds will be used to support its business structure reform plan announced in October 2020, redeeming maturing bonds, and repayment of...
Strict reductions of fixed costs have helped All Nippon Airways (ANA) to reduce its net loss for its first six months of the financial year 2021. The Japanese carrier reported a net loss of ¥98.8 billion, an improvement over the ¥188.4 billion loss between March and...
AirAsia Group is renaming the holding company of its airlines as part of the group’s plans to create a clear distinction between the airline and digital operations. This has resulted in the holding company, AirAsia Investment, being rebranded as AirAsia Aviation...
UPDATE – All Nippon Airways (ANA) and Japan Airlines (JAL) have committed to becoming carbon neutral in 2050, in large part thanks to the use of sustainable aviation fuels (SAFs). But their joint statement on reaching this goal demonstrates that it could be...
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