All Nippon Airways has announced a domestic flight plan for the new fiscal year, saying that it will reduce the number of seats offered by downsizing passenger aircraft by 15% compared to this year.
On top of that, we will continue to consider suspension or reduction of flights depending on the infection status of the new coronavirus.
Every year, airline companies submit their flight plans for the following year to the country at this time.
Of these, ANA's plan for the new fiscal year will suspend three routes, including the route connecting Narita Airport and Osaka Airport, but the total will be 117 routes, which is almost flat from the original plan for this year.
We plan to reduce the number of seats offered by 15% by switching to smaller passenger planes.
On the other hand, Japan Airlines has opened routes connecting Kansai Airport and Chubu Airport to Miyakojima in Okinawa, mainly in the summer, saying that demand can be expected if the infection of the new coronavirus is resolved, and the number of routes has increased by 4 to 131. It is a plan to become a route.
The number of seats offered is almost flat at this time.
However, in response to the state of emergency, ANA is currently suspending or reducing 70% of domestic flights and 50% of Japan Airlines.
The two companies will flexibly respond to the plan submitted on the 19th, such as considering suspension or reduction of flights depending on the infection situation.