TOKYO, October 7th, 2014 - ANA today announces that it will further improve access to Brazil for its passengers through an increase in code-share flights with TAM Airlines.
*An application for governmental approval is currently being screened
ANA already offers a code-share flight with TAM that carries passengers to Brazil’s commercial capital Sao Paulo via London. Two new code-share flights to Sao Paulo will be added from October 26, one departing Paris and the other departing Frankfurt. The new code-share flight via Paris will be particularly convenient as passengers from Japan will be able to transfer smoothly between flights without leaving the airport’s Terminal 1. The new code-share arrangements with TAM are in addition to ANA’s existing code-shares to Brazil with its Star Alliance partners United Airlines and Lufthansa. ANA will also put its code on 5 additional routes beyond São Paulo.
Ryosei Nomura and Maho Ito, ANA Public Relations, TEL +81-3-6735-1111
All Nippon Airways (ANA) is the eighth largest airline in the world by revenues (2012) and the largest in Japan by passenger numbers (2012). Founded in 1952, ANA flies today on 54 international routes and 111 domestic routes with a fleet of 236 aircraft. ANA has 14,000 employees. In 2012, it carried 45 million passengers and generated revenues of $15.8 bn. ANA has been a core member of Star Alliance since 1999 and has joint-ventures with United Airlines on trans-Pacific and Asia routes and with Lufthansa, Swiss International Airlines and Austrian Airlines on Japan-Europe routes. Its Frequent Flyer Program, ANA Mileage Club, has more than 26 million members. ANA was voted Airline of the Year for 2013 by Air Transport World Magazine, and was awarded five stars in 2013 and 2014 by the world's leading Airline and Airport review site, SKYTRAX. ANA is the launch customer and biggest operator of the Boeing 787 Dreamliner.