ANA flies to Manila

Schedules flight on March 2011

August 7, 2010

TOKYO - Japan's second biggest airline, All Nippon Airways Company (ANA) announced Friday that it will re-launch services between Narita International Airport and Jakarta next January and inaugurate its first-ever Narita-NAIA route in March 2011.

The carrier will offer round-trip flights daily on both routes as part of the alliance goal to strengthen its presence in Asia. ANA is a Star alliance member.

The new route expansion will strengthen ANA's Southeast Asia network as it compliment its connections with Star alliance partner United Airlines for destinations to the United States. United Airlines is not allowed to fly Manila and Jakarta from tokyo.

ANA resumes flights to the Indonesian capital for the first time in more than 12 years.

ANA currently operates flights from Narita to Bangkok, Singapore and Ho-Chi-Min City and recently announced the launch of two additional services from Haneda to Bangkok and Singapore which will start in October.

the airline will operate a total of nine daily flights that service seven routes to five Southeast Asia destinations.

Meanwhile, the airline said it will suspend flights between Nagoya's Chubu International Airport and Shanghai's Pudong airport from Oct. 31 until next spring.

The new network will provide an increase in the number of choices available to passengers traveling between Japan and Southeast Asian destinations and will improve the convenience of transit passengers connecting at Narita to routes to and from North America.


  1. DG Cusi flies to USA to meet FAA to negotiate Category 1 restoration. Good Luck!

    Is it better to negotiate the business rather than firing the incompetent/unskilled employees?

    isn't fair with those people who worked well?

  2. Another Japanese airline to go to the philippines?