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Japan Times
COMMUNITY / Issues / JUST BE CAUSE
Jan 24, 2014
Don't let ANA off the hook for that offensive ad
If ANA had really wanted to 'change the image of Japan,' it should have avoided racializing its product. Instead, it's just business as usual.
Japan Times
BUSINESS
Jan 24, 2014
ANA veteran to revamp safety regime at Asiana
A former All Nippon Airways pilot has been hired by Asiana Airlines to improve its safety standards after a fatal crash last July at San Francisco International Airport.
Japan Times
BUSINESS / Companies
Jan 20, 2014
AirAsia looks to bring back budget flights to Japan in '15 via new tie-up
AirAsia Bhd., Southeast Asia's biggest budget carrier, is close to restarting plans for a Japanese unit after its partnership with ANA Holdings Inc. unraveled in June, Chief Executive Officer Tony Fernandes said.
Japan Times
BUSINESS / Companies
Dec 20, 2013
LLC Vanilla Air launches first flight
Vanilla Air, a reborn low-cost carrier under ANA Holdings Inc., on Friday began flights linking its base at Narita International Airport with Naha and Taipei.
JAPAN
Dec 2, 2013
Airlines urged to defy China's ADIZ
The government repeated Monday that it will continue to urge the nation's airlines not to comply with the rules laid down in China's recently, unilaterally declared air defense identification zone over the East China Sea that includes the disputed, Japan-held Senkaku islets.
Japan Times
BUSINESS / Companies
Nov 27, 2013
ANA, JAL, Peach now disregard China ADIZ
ANA Holdings Inc. and Japan Airlines Co., the nation's largest carriers, flew through China's newly declared air defense identification zone without notifying the country after Japan asked airlines to stop giving flight information to China.
EDITORIALS
Nov 21, 2013
A bigger role for Haneda airport
Both airlines and the transport ministry should make joint efforts to enable Haneda airport to better function as a hub in the Tokyo area.
BUSINESS / Companies
Nov 18, 2013
ANA finds second 787 cell charger with glitch
ANA Holdings Inc., the biggest user of Boeing Co. 787s, will send its second battery charger in two months to supplier Thales SA after a message signaled a problem during a maintenance check.
BUSINESS / Companies
Oct 30, 2013
ANA cuts projected profits on 787, fuel
ANA Holdings Inc. on Wednesday lowered its full-year profit outlook after the yen's decline against the dollar pushed up fuel costs and the grounding of the Dreamliner fleet slowed its network expansion.
BUSINESS / Companies
Oct 5, 2013
JAL miffed over slots at Haneda
Japan Airlines Co. has asked the transport ministry to reconsider new slot allocations at Haneda airport in Tokyo after the carrier, which had to be bailed out of bankruptcy with public funds, received fewer departure and arrival slots than archrival All Nippon Airways Co.
Japan Times
BUSINESS / Companies
Oct 3, 2013
ANA's extra Haneda slots please United
United Continental Holdings Inc., the world's largest carrier, stands to benefit after ANA Holdings Inc. received 11 additional takeoff and landing rights at Tokyo's Haneda airport.
Japan Times
BUSINESS
Oct 2, 2013
ANA lands 11 Haneda slots; JAL is given five
The transport ministry said Wednesday that All Nippon Airways Co. will receive 11 slots in the expanded international flight schedule next March at Tokyo's Haneda airport while Japan Airlines Co. will get five.
Japan Times
BUSINESS
Oct 1, 2013
JAL- ANA fight over Haneda slots draws in U.S. carriers
Japan Airlines Co. and ANA Holdings Inc.'s fight over additional slots at Tokyo's Haneda airport is widening to include global airline partnerships seeking access to fly businesspeople right into the heart of the capital.
Japan Times
BUSINESS / Companies
Sep 20, 2013
Now-healthy JAL marks first anniversary of relisting
A year after relisting on the Tokyo Stock Exchange, Japan Airlines Co. is overwhelming long-time rival ANA Holdings Inc. in profit terms.
Japan Times
BUSINESS / Companies
Sep 13, 2013
ANA nears decision on maker for 25-plane order
ANA Holdings Inc., whose fleet is dominated by Boeing Co. aircraft, will soon decide on placing an order for 25 jets, pitting the newest wide-body models of Airbus SAS and Boeing against each other.
Japan Times
BUSINESS
Aug 20, 2013
ANA successor to AirAsia: Vanilla Air
After spending a month and a half sifting through 200 names for its new budget airline, ANA Holdings Inc. decided on the plainest one: Vanilla Air.
Japan Times
BUSINESS / Companies
Aug 20, 2013
ANA to upgrade attendants' status
All Nippon Airways Co. plans to stop hiring flight attendants on a contract basis and make all of them regular employees to secure quality workers to offer better services amid intensified competition.
JAPAN
Aug 14, 2013
ANA finds problem in wiring of Boeing 787
All Nippon Airways Co. delayed a Wednesday flight from Tokyo's Haneda airport to Frankfurt for about 1 hour and 40 minutes due to a problem in the wiring of a fire extinguisher for an engine on one of its Boeing 787 Dreamliner twin-jets.
BUSINESS / Companies
Jul 29, 2013
Boeing urges more checks of ELTs after fire
Boeing Co. has asked airlines to inspect emergency locator transmitter beacons on a range of planes after ANA Holdings Inc. and United Airlines found faults in the devices on 787s linked to a fire in a parked Dreamliner.
Japan Times
BUSINESS
Jul 2, 2013
JAL Narita-Helsinki flights start, using 787s
Japan Airlines Co. on Monday launched a new daily round-trip service from Narita airport to Helsinki using the Boeing 787 Dreamliner.

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