All Nippon Airways announced on the 26th that it plans to reduce the number of seats offered on international summer schedules by about 50% from last year's summer schedule.
Depending on the status of the spread of the infection, it will respond flexibly, such as considering further suspension or reduction of flights.
All Nippon Airways announced on the 26th the flight schedule for international summer schedules from March 28th to October 30th.
According to this,
▽ routes connecting Narita to New York and San Francisco will be suspended, and
▽ new routes connecting Haneda with Haneda in Turkey and Stockholm in Sweden will continue to be postponed this year. Of the 75 routes, 16 will be suspended.
In addition, routes connecting Haneda to Los Angeles, Sydney, Australia, and Bangkok, Thailand will reduce the number of flights.
On the other hand, we plan to switch to medium-sized and small-sized aircraft on the routes we plan to operate, and reduce the number of seats offered by about 50% overall compared to the original plan of last summer's schedule.
However, ANA is currently suspending or reducing flights on 80% of its international flights, and will flexibly respond to this flight plan by considering further suspension or reduction of flights depending on the spread of infection and immigration restrictions in each country. It is a policy.