ANA Group Announces Flight Schedule for FY2022


  • • ANA and Peach jointly developed the FY2022 flight schedule, marking the first time for the companies to jointly develop the operation plan together.
  • • For domestic routes, the ANA Group will respond to the expected recovery in demand and maximize profits by cooperating across companies.
  • • For international routes, the ANA Group will continue to closely monitor border measures in countries as well as changes in demand in order to respond flexibly to changing trends.
  • • Given strong and continued demand for cargo operations, ANA will focus on increasing revenue by maximizing the operation of freighters and utilizing passenger aircraft for cargo operations.

TOKYO, Jan. 18, 2022 - ANA HOLDINGS INC. (hereinafter "ANA HD") has announced its flight schedule for fiscal year 2022 (FY2022).

  • • With the new trends in demand amid COVID-19, ANA HD is pursuing transformative measures to shift to a new airline business model. In fiscal 2021, ANA transferred the operation of select routes from ANA service to Peach Aviation Limited (hereinafter "Peach"), which has strengths in catering to leisure demand, and introduced codeshare flights by ANA on Peach operated flights. Developing the FY2022 flight schedule collaboratively enables the ANA Group to offer the best mix of ANA and Peach services depending on route and flight schedule. ANA and Peach will aim to further improve the overall profitability of the ANA Group by leveraging and complementing each other's strengths.
  • • For domestic routes, ANA and Peach together plan to offer the same amount of available seat kilometers (ASK) as planned at the beginning of fiscal 2020 before the COVID-19 pandemic, as we forecast a recovery in demand. ANA will flexibly capture demand by utilizing larger-sized aircraft, deploying aircraft for international routes, and offering additional flights. Peach will increase flights to capture demand for leisure travel, which is expected to recover at an earlier stage, as ANA and Peach will leverage their strengths to bolster the ANA Group network.
  • • For international routes, ANA and Peach will continue to assess border measures in countries and future demand trends. ANA will strive to maximize revenue per flight, for example by capturing connecting passenger demand from Asia to North America as well as cargo demand by temporarily shifting routes from Haneda to Narita. At the same time, ANA will respond flexibly by assessing the flight schedule on a monthly basis according to demand trends. Peach will gradually resume the operation of international routes based on recovery in demand, especially inbound travel to Japan.
  • • For the freighter routes, ANA will maximize the use of its 11 freighters through its network to operate charter flights and additional flights along with regularly scheduled flights to drive profitability. We will also utilize passenger aircraft to operate cargo flights in order to flexibly capture demand.
  • • In order to accurately assess fluctuations in demand amid the impact of COVID-19 and to respond flexibly, ANA and Peach will continue to announce updates to the flight schedule on a monthly basis, and when demand is expected to recover, appropriate action will be taken by utilizing large-sized aircraft and increasing the number of flights.

The key points for the FY2022 are as follows:

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Domestic Routes

  • • Based on demand trends and market environment, ANA plans to adjust the number of flights on the following routes. To cater to the convenience of our customers and maintain an appropriate supply and demand balance, we will continue to adjust the flight frequency and operate select routes under a temporary schedule for specific date ranges.
  • • At Chubu Airport (Nagoya), while Peach is expanding its network to capture new demand, ANA will be increasing flights on select routes to capture business demand, as part of an initiative to optimize the Group network.
  • • As the impact of COVID-19 continues to affect our business, we will continue to monitor demand trends and provide updated flight schedules on a monthly basis.

Routes to be increased

Routes to be temporarily increased for specific date ranges

Routes to be reduced

  • 1: The number of flights for the current service are according to the fiscal year 2021 flight schedule for the second half. The actual number of flights may differ based on flight reductions due to COVID-19.
  • 2: For Apr. 29-Jul. 14 and Oct. 1-29, the frequency will be 4 roundtrips/day, and 5 roundtrips/day between Jul. 15-Sept. 30.
  • 3: For Mar. 27-Aug. 4 and Aug. 16-Oct .29, the frequency will be 2 roundtrips/day, and 3 roundtrips/day between Aug. 5-15.
  • 4: For Aug. 8-15 and Sep. 27, the frequency will be 4 roundtrips/day. For Mar. 27, Apr.13, 15-16, 20-21, 29-May.8, 11-14, 16, 18, 20, 24-28, 30-31, June. 2-3, 6, 8-11, 14-18, 21-22, 24, 29-Jul. 1, Jul. 15-Aug. 4, Aug. 16-Sept.26, 28-30, Oct. 9, 11-12, 14, 16-19, 24-25, 27-28, the frequency will be 3 roundtrips/day. For Oct .21, the frequency will be 2.5 roundtrips/day, and 2 roundtrips/day on other days.
  • 5: For Mar. 27-Aug. 4 and Aug. 16-Oct. 29 the frequency will be 8 roundtrips/day, and 7 roundtrips/day between Aug. 5-15.
  • 6: For Mar. 28-Apr. 28 and May 9-Oct. 29 the frequency will be 4 roundtrips/day, and 5 roundtrips/day for Mar. 27, Apr. 29-May 8.
  • 7: For Apr. 4-28 and May 9-31, the frequency will be 2 roundtrips/day. For June 1-30, the frequency will be 3 roundtrips/day, and 4 roundtrips/day between Apr. 29-May 8.
  • 8: For Apr. 4-28 and May 9-12, 14-31, the frequency will be 3 roundtrips/day, and 4 roundtrips/day between Apr. 29-May 8, 13.

International Routes

  • • To provide customers with more information and to allow for earlier travel preparations, the suspension or reduction of select routes have been determined as follows.
  • • By making changes such as the transfer of the Tokyo Haneda-Washington D.C., Tokyo Haneda-Houston, Tokyo Haneda-Seattle and Tokyo Haneda-Vancouver routes to Tokyo Narita airport, ANA aims to accommodate demand for connections between Asia-North America while simultaneously maximizing the revenue per flight from both passenger and cargo operations.
  • • ANA will continue to flexibly respond to demand by reassessing our flight schedule monthly.

Period: March 27, 2022 to October 29, 2022

Freighter Routes

  • • Based on demand trends and market environment, ANA plans to operate cargo flights as follows.
  • • As we expect cargo demand to continue to remain robust, we will continue to maintain our cargo network in the next fiscal year, while adding charter flights and additional flights as well as utilizing passenger aircraft for cargo transportation to further increase revenue.
  • • Details on the flight schedule including cargo flights using passenger aircraft will continue to be announced monthly.

Period: March 27, 2022 to October 29, 2022

  • 1: The number of flights for the current service are according to the fiscal year 2021 flight schedule for the second half, therefore the actual number of flights may differ.
  • 2: In addition to the above flights, non-scheduled and/or charter flights are expected to be added.

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Domestic Routes

As we expect a recovery in demand from COVID-19, we will make maximum use of the increased number of aircraft and routes and revamp our flight schedule with the aim of maximizing aircraft utilization and to increase the number of flights.

In addition, we will establish flights for specific seasons and days of the week.

Routes to be increased

Routes to be reduced

  • 1: The flight schedule is subject to the registration and approval by the relevant authorities.
  • 2: The number of flights is based on the FY2021 Winter schedule.

International Routes

In anticipation of a gradual improvement for overseas travel, we aim to resume routes connecting Haneda with Taipei and Shanghai, Narita with Taipei, and Kansai with Taipei, Shanghai, and Hong Kong during fiscal 2022.

  • Contact:
    ANA Corporate Communications, TEL +81-3-6735-1111, publicrelations@ana.co.jp

About ANA HOLDINGS
Founded in 1952 with just two helicopters, All Nippon Airways (ANA) has grown to become the largest airline in Japan. ANA HOLDINGS Inc. (ANA HD) was established in 2013 as the largest airline group holding company in Japan, comprising 71 companies including ANA and Peach Aviation, the leading LCC in Japan.

ANA is a launch customer and the largest operator of the Boeing 787 Dreamliner, making ANA HD the biggest Dreamliner owner in the world. A member of Star Alliance since 1999, ANA has joint venture agreements with United Airlines, Lufthansa German Airlines, Swiss International Airlines and Austrian Airlines - giving it a truly global presence.

The airline's legacy of superior service has helped it earn SKYTRAX's respected 5-Star rating every year since 2013, with ANA being the only Japanese airline to win this prestigious designation for nine consecutive years. ANA also has been recognized by Air Transport World as "Airline of the Year" three times (2007, 2013 and 2018); it is one of only a select few airlines to win this prominent award multiple times.

In 2021, ANA was awarded the 5-star COVID-19 safety rating by SKYTRAX, recognizing the airline's initiatives to provide a safe, clean and hygienic environment at airports and aboard aircraft, embodied in the ANA Care Promise.
ANA is the only company in the aviation industry to receive the Gold Class distinction from the 2021 S&P Global Sustainability Awards and ANA HD has been selected as a member of the Dow Jones Sustainability World Index list for the fourth consecutive year and the Dow Jones Sustainability Asia Pacific Index list for the fifth consecutive year.
For more information, please refer to the following link:
https://www.ana.co.jp/group/en/

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