ANA becomes the first Japanese airline to demonstrate CommonPass, verifying the digital health accreditation on the Haneda-New York route
ANA and The Commons Project demonstrated digital health accreditation ‘CommonPass’ on the NH10 flight from Haneda on March 29 in cooperation with two Japanese volunteers. This was the first CommonPass trial by a Japanese airline, followed by JAL on April 2.
ANA launches two new companies to establish a Mileage-based Ecosystem on a super app and to accelerate a local revitalization business
ANA Group will kick into gear to establish a Milage-based Ecosystem on its developing super app, launching ‘ANA X’ as a platform business company and ‘ANA Aknido’ as a local revitalization business company.
ANA Sales starts selling package tours for Hawaii departing after July this year, providing infection prevention services
ANA Sales has started selling package tours for Hawaii departing from July 1 to December 24 this year, offering infection prevention services, such as a transport service for a limited group between the airport and Waikiki.
ANA will be the first Japanese airline to commence IATA Travel Pass tests on its international flights
ANA will begin demonstration tests for IATA Travel Pass, a digital health passport app developed by IATA, on the selected international flights. IATA Travel Pass project is currently joined by 13 airlines in the world.
ANA requested the most subsidies for employment adjustment regarding COVID-19 among listed companies
ANA Holdings had requested a total of 33.7 billion JPY as a subsidy for employment adjustment regarding COVID-19, which were the most amounts among listed companies, followed by Kintetsu Group Holdings with 9.5 billion JPY, Oriental Land (Tokyo Disneyland and Disney Sea) with 7.8 billion JPY, KNT-CT Holdings with 6.8 billion JPY.
ANA restores domestic flights to half of the original plan in March 2021, foreseeing demand recovery
ANA restores domestic flights to 55% of the original plan between March 8 and 31 2021 probably after the state of emergency declaration is lifted on March 7, but only 19% of originally planned international flights by June this year.
ANA Holdings ends Q3 of FY2020 with the most loss ever of 309.5 billion JPY, benefiting 34 billion JPY from ‘Go To Travel’
ANA Holdings announced the business results for the first none months of FY2020 ended December 31 2020, posting the most net loss ever of 309.5 billion JPY even though the airline benefitted 34 billion JPY from Go To Travel program. Forecast of net loss of 510 billion JPY for the full year is unchanged.
Following the the state of emergency declaration until February 7, ANA and JAL will cut additional domestic flights, reducing operation rate to around 56% during the period.
ANA and JAL suffered a 60% decrease in passengers during the 2020-2021New Year holidays, affected by suspension of ‘Go To Travel’
ANA and JAL reduced their domestic flight passengers by around 60% year on year and dropped the load factors to 40% during the 2020-2021 New Year holiday period, largely affected by suspension of the domestic travel recovery program 'Go To Travel' nationwide.
ANA is seeking up to 332.1 billion JPY by issuing new stocks for its business portfolio reform to survive the unprecedented crisis
ANA has decided to raise as much as 332.1 billion JPY by issuing new stocks to consolidate its financial base and to accelerate its business portfolio reform including purchase of efficient and eco-friendly Boeing 787.
ANA will increase Haneda-Honolulu services in this coming December and during the New Year holiday period, following start of pre-test program for Japanese travelers by State of Hawaii.
ANA drastically transforms its business model to survive the crisis, launching a new LCC for middle-range international services
ANA has decided to transform its business model drastically to survive the today's crisis, launching a new LCC brand for middle-range international services and building a new platform business by dividing ANA Sales. Final net loss for FY2020 ended March 31 2021 is expected to reach 510 billion JPY.
On ‘Google Flight,’ ‘Book on Google’ service is now available for ANA customers through NDC platform. No need moving from Google Flight to ANA official website for booking, purchase or even payment.
ANA and JAL suffered lower demands than expected in the summer holiday period with domestic load factor of 30% range
ANA and JAL continued suffering low domestic passenger demand during the mid-August summer holiday period because of re-spread of COVID-19 , resulting in the load factor of 30% range.
ANA sinks to net loss of 109 billion JPY for the 1st quarter of FY2021, considerably reducing operating revenue by 76%
ANA Holdings posted operating loss of 159 billion JPY and net loss of 109 billion JPY for the first quarter of FY2021 ending June 30 2020, unprecedentedly reducing both domestic and international passengers under the COVID-19 crisis.
AB-ROAD Research Center survey shows that ANA and JAL sweep the passenger satisfaction in all categories as well as overall. Singapore Airlines is ranked 3rd overall, dropping from 1st last year.
Japanese airlines suffer from catastrophic reductions in passengers during this year’s Golden Week period under state of emergency declaration
All of the Japanese airlines resulted in catastrophic reductions in passengers during the Golden Week holiday period, considerably affected by state of emergency declaration related to COVID-19.
ANA posts drastic reductions in revenues and incomes for FY2019 ended March 31 2020, damaged by travel restrictions due to COVID-19 in the fourth quarter, and its financial forecast for FY2020 cannot be estimated yet
Hit by large reduction in passenger demands, ANA and JAL revise downward their FY2019 financial outlook
ANA and JAL have revised downward financial outlooks for FY2019 ended March 31 2020 because they have unexpectedly hit by COVID-19.
Airlines of Japan suffer from unprecedented slumps in passengers during this year’s Golden Week period under the state of emergency declaration
All of Japanese airlines unprecedentedly decrease passenger demands during this year’s Golden Week holiday period under the COVID-19-related state of emergency declaration.