ANA to launch Vancouver, Hanoi flights
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All Nippon Airways (ANA) will add two new destinations to its route map next year.
From 30 March 2014, the airline will use its new slots at Tokyo Haneda Airport to launch flights to Vancouver and Hanoi, while adding new services to London, Paris, Jakarta and Manila.
The new Haneda-Vancouver and Haneda-Hanoi routes will both operate daily using a Boeing 767-300ER aircraft.
In addition, ANA will commence new flights from Haneda to London Heathrow and Paris using its B777-300ER aircraft, along with B767 flights to Manila. It will also deploy its B787 Dreamliner on the Haneda-Jakarta route.
While the Paris, Manila and Jakarta flights will operate alongside ANA’s existing flights to these cities from Tokyo Narita Airport, the airline’s daily Narita-London operation will be suspended.
Meanwhile, ANA will also move one of its daily flights on the Tokyo-Bangkok and Tokyo-Singapore routes from Narita to Haneda.
The revamped schedules follow the recent awarding of 11 new daytime slots at Haneda to ANA.
Also from 30 March, ANA will resume flights on the Nagoya-Shanghai Pudong route.
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