|ANA Group Corporate Plan for FY 2010
- Introduction of “Narita-Haneda Dual Hub” model:
in step with market demands, working toward being #1 in Asia -
TOKYO January 27, 2010 - ANA Group today announced its Corporate Plan for fiscal year 2010, which runs from April 1, 2010 to March 31, 2011. With the lethargic nature of economic recovery and the bankruptcy filed by Japan Airlines, the trend of slow recovery for the Japanese aviation business is likely to continue.
1. International Passenger Operations
(1) Routes from and to Tokyo, Narita
(2) Routes from and to Tokyo, Haneda
(3) Routes from and to Osaka, Kansai
(4) Feeder service to Narita
New routes/ increased frequency (Narita)
New routes/ increased frequency (Haneda)
Aircraft –type change
Suspended routes/ decreased frequency
2. Domestic Passenger Operations
(1) Realignment of routes in Hokkaido
(2)Enhancement of routes from Haneda
(3) Seasonal expansion
New routes/ increased frequency
Realignment of routes on Hokkaido
Suspended routes/ decreased frequency/ reduced period of operation
3. Cargo Operations
ANA will continue its operation of the Okinawa cargo hub which started in October 2009. By making cargo ANA’s third core business we hope to both strengthen and build upon its success to date.
4. Fleet Plan
ANA is scheduled to take delivery of the world’s first Boeing 787 during 3Q (October to December) of 2010. The highly innovative Dreamliner had a successful test flight in November last year and a number of successful subsequent test flights since then. We will also complete our retirement plan for our Boeing 747-400 (international) during FY10.
5. ANA Group capacity in FY10
ANA Public Relations, Justin C. Massey: firstname.lastname@example.org.
|ANA Group Corporate Plan for FY 2010|