Tokyo Tipping Point: Next Summer, Haneda Will Have More Flights to North America Than Narita

Tokyo Tipping Point: Next Summer, Haneda Will Have More Flights to North America Than Narita

Travelers have always preferred Tokyo’s Haneda Airport over Narita, but artificial restrictions that prevented most international flights from operating at Haneda forced airlines to fly to Narita for all flights to/from North America for years. Those restrictions have slowly been eroded, and the next big tranche of new international slots … Read the post

Across the Aisle From ANA’s Americas Strategy Boss On New US Destinations, A380s, and More

Across the Aisle From ANA’s Americas Strategy Boss On New US Destinations, A380s, and More

Hopefully you’ve enjoyed reading my Across the Aisle interviews from the Boyd Conference earlier this month (Virgin America and Air Canada). We’re now down to the final one. I had the chance to speak with Tadashi Matsushita, Vice President of Strategic Planning, The Americas for ANA about his … Read the post

ANA Goes Upscale

ANA Goes Upscale

anabjLooks like a sweet ride, huh?

To your left is what the first 737-700ER will look like in the colors of ANA. They’re going to start flying it on March 25 from Nagoya to Guangzhou (China).

What’s so unique about it? Well on a plane … Read the post

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