Japan’s newest airline AirJapan has finally announced a date for the launch of its first services. The subsidiary of All Nippon Airways (ANA) will commence operations on February 9, 2024, with flights from Tokyo Narita to Bangkok, the airline said on August 2....
Strong domestic and international demand after the relaxation of travel restrictions in Japan have helped All Nippon Airways (ANA) to produce a first-quarter profit. This is the first Q1 profit in four years for the Japanese carrier, which already returned to...
Wisk Aero is entering the Japanese market for advanced air mobility (AAM), announcing a partnership with Japan Airlines (JAL). The two companies will work together on the development of AAM operations using the Wisk aircraft as well as on joint maintenance. Wisk also...
All Nippon Airways (ANA) returned to profitability in 2022, reporting its first black numbers since the pandemic started in 2020. The ¥89.4 billion net profit for the financial year 2022 follows a strong recovery of the Japanese airline, which is set to continue as...
All Nippon Airways (ANA) wants to increase its operating income to ¥200 billion and net income to ¥122 billion in FY25, up from the goal of ¥120 billion and ¥63 billion respectively for FY23. Revenues should increase to ¥2.3 trillion over the next two years from ¥1.7...
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