ANA Group Revises Second Half 2022 Flight Schedule

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LONDON – On August 23, the Japanese group, All Nippon Airways Group or ANA Group, announced a list of changes to its flight schedule for the second half of 2022.

The Flight Schedule Changes


In light of the rise in demand for air travel across Asia as the Covid pandemic, restrictions begin to ease, and countries relax their entry restrictions, the ANA Group has, for the first time since March 2020, except during peak season, operated all of its domestic routes both to and from Tokyo’s Haneda Airport (HND) in July 2022.

On top of this, the group’s LCC (low-cost carrier) arm, Peach Aviation, is also planning to resume international routes.

As well as this, the group’s international services will begin to slowly rise in coordination with border measures in their respective countries, as well as the expected demand levels for those services.

ANA’s cargo subsidiary has also seen a very strong cargo demand and, as such, will be maximizing the use of its freighters by not only completing its full scheduled services but also introducing charter and interim services to assist its customers.

The following are all the changes for both ANA and Peach:

  • ANA – Domestic
    • Haneda to Hiroshima will increase from eight round trips per day to nine from October 30 to March 25, 2023.
    • Narita to Itami will resume with between one and two round trips per day from October 30.
    • Narita to Chubu will resume with one round trip per day from October 30.
    • Itami to Sapporo will increase from five round trips per day to six from October 30.
    • Itami to Fukuoka will see a sixth round trip on some days instead of five from October 30.
    • Chubu to Fukuoka will see a third round trip on some days instead of two between February 19 to March 25, 2023.
    • Fukuoka to Sapporo will see a second round trip on some days instead of one between October 30 to January 5, 2023, then from March 17 to March 25, 2023.
    • Sendai to Okinawa will increase to one round trip per day from October 30.
    • Shizuoka to Sapporo will operate from December 23 to January 4, 2023, as one round trip per day.
    • Shizuoka to Okinawa will operate from December 23 to January 4, 2023, as one round trip per day.
    • Itami to Sendai will be reduced to five round trips per day from October 30.
    • Itami to Matsuyama will be reduced on some days to eight round trips per day from October 30.
    • Itami to Okinawa will be reduced on some days to three round trips per day from October 30.
    • Kansai to Sapporo will be reduced on some days to three round trips per day from October 30.
    • Kansai to Okinawa will be reduced on some days to three round trips per day between January 5 and February 28, 2023.
    • Chubu to Miyazaki will be reduced to one round trip per day from October 30.
  • ANA – International
    • Haneda to San Jose has been postponed.
    • Haneda to Stockholm has been postponed.
    • Haneda to Milan has been postponed.
    • Haneda to Istanbul has been postponed.
    • Haneda to Moscow has been postponed.
    • Haneda to Bangkok will see two flights return on seven round trips per day, each as NH849/848 and NH847/850.
  • ANA – Cargo
    • Narita to Ho Chi Minh City will resume with three round trips per week using a Boeing 767 Freighter as NH8451/8452.
    • Narita to Hanoi will resume with four round trips per week using a Boeing 767 Freighter as NH8447/8448.
    • Narita to Seoul will increase from four to six round trips per week using a Boeing 767 Freighter as NH8475/8476.
    • Narita to Shanghai will see an increase from three to five round trips per week using a Boeing 767 Freighter as NH8431/8432, three new round trips from their Boeing 777 Freighter as NH8403/8404, increase to three round trips on their Boeing 767 Freighter as NH8403/8404 and one new round trip using their Boeing 777 Freighter as NH8415/8416.

For Peach, the changes are as follows:

  • Peach
    • Haneda to Seoul to resume with seven round trips per week from October 30.
    • Kansai to Seoul to increase to 14 round trips per week from October 30.
    • Kansai to Fukuoka to increase to four round trips per day from October 30.
    • Narita to Memanbetsu to be reduced on some days to zero services from October 30.
    • Narita to Kushiro to be reduced on some days to zero services from October 30.
    • Narita to Nagasaki to be reduced to one round trip per day from October 30.
    • Narita to Amami to be reduced on some days to zero services from October 30.
    • Narita to Okinawa to be reduced to three round trips per day from October 30.
    • Chubu to Ishigaki to be reduced on some days to zero services from October 30.
    • Kansai to Memanbetsu to be reduced on some days to zero services from October 30.
    • Kansai to Kushiro to be reduced on some days to zero services from October 30.
    • Kansai to Niigata to be reduced on some days to zero services from October 30.
    • Kansai to Amami to be reduced on some days to zero services from October 30.
    • Fukuoka to Ishigaki to be reduced on some days to zero services from October 30.

Overall


It is evident that from these changes, ANA itself is seeing increases across many of its domestic routes, as well as a slow rise in international services.

However, Peach, especially from Narita, seems to be experiencing lower demand for the remainder of the year.

It will be interesting to see how these changes reflect on the group’s financial performance during the remainder of the year.

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