All Nippon Airways (ANA) has announced the cancellation of a number of international routes serving mainly the Asia / Oceania region.
Between July 1st-31st, ANA had planned to operate 5,461 flights across 75 routes.
This is now reduced to 528 flights on 19 routes. 4,969 flights on 73 routes have been suspended.
Overall, approximately 90% of flights (compared to initial plans) will be suspended through August.
The airline said that the changes were necessary due to changes to immigration control, recently instituted public health quarantine measures and passenger demand trends of each country due to the widespread impact of COVID-19, the carrier had decided to further suspend or reduce flights for select routes through August.
Operations for Haneda=Taipei (Songshan), Ho Chi Minh City, Washington DC, and Paris will be resumed.
The number of flights connecting Narita=Manila, New York, and Haneda=Frankfurt will also be increased.
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