All Nippon Airways Co. plans to withdraw from international cargo flight services at Chubu Centrair International Airport near Nagoya this fall due to low profitability, sources said.
ANA will shift its cargo business at Centrair to Kansai International Airport off Osaka, where its second runway will be engaged in round-the-clock flights in August, the sources said Thursday.
ANA notified Central Japan International Airport Co., the operator of Centrair, in early June about its plan to withdraw, the sources said.
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