Dec 19, 2014

Air Do rapped for hasty promotion of trainee pilot

Transport authorities Friday ordered budget airline Air Do to boost safety standards after it promoted a trainee to a full-blown pilot despite worries over the person’s ability. Air Do, a tie-up with major carrier All Nippon Airways which links Tokyo to cities in Hokkaido, ...

Skymark plans to request support from ANA

Dec 10, 2014

Skymark plans to request support from ANA

Struggling Skymark Airlines Inc. said Wednesday it is considering seeking assistance from All Nippon Airways Co. after facing criticism for its pursuit of a similar business alliance with Japan Airlines Co. “It is true that we are considering calling for assistance from ANA” but ...

ANA, Lufthansa to launch joint air shipping service

Sep 3, 2014

ANA, Lufthansa to launch joint air shipping service

All Nippon Airways Co. and Lufthansa Cargo AG of Germany will launch a joint air cargo venture on routes between Japan and Europe, the two companies said Wednesday. They aim to launch shipping services from Japan to Europe this coming winter and from Europe ...

Japan chooses Boeing 777-300ER as government's official jet

Aug 12, 2014

Japan chooses Boeing 777-300ER as government's official jet

The government on Tuesday chose two Boeing 777-300ERs as its next official jets, to go into service starting in fiscal 2019. ANA Holdings Inc., the parent of All Nippon Airways, was selected as the maintenance service provider for the aircraft. The new jets will ...

Jul 24, 2014

ANA to launch daily Haneda-Nagoya flights in October

All Nippon Airways Co. says it will launch daily round-trip flights between Tokyo’s Haneda airport and Chubu Centrair International Airport starting Oct. 26 to better serve travelers going overseas from central Japan. The move ties in with ANA’s launch in March of international services ...

Jun 3, 2014

New Haneda slots created a glut, JAL chief says

Japan Airlines Co. said the release of new operating slots at Tokyo’s Haneda airport has created a capacity glut likely to persist for another 18 months, weighing on average fares and earnings. “There was a large increase in the supply, and demand has not ...