MIAMI – All Nippon Airways (NH) announced this week a temporary change of its flight frequencies to/from select cities. Based on changes to immigration control, NH decided to further suspend or reduce flights for select routes through August.
In the future, the company said that will continue to take appropriate measures and will resume operations based on the entry and quarantine measures in effect at each destination.
ANA says it is mindful of the needs of those seeking to return to their home countries or their families as well as those traveling for business needs.
In addition, NH is committed to ensuring the comfort and safety of all its valued passengers and their employees by providing customers with clean and hygienic environments in airports, lounges, and onboard aircraft through “ANA Care Promise”, its new standard for air travel.
Changes to the FY2020 Summer Schedule
As for Europe, Ana will resume the flight from Paris Charles De Gaulle to Tokyo Haneda twice a week and the connection from Frankfurt to Tokyo Haneda will become daily.
However, the frequencies of the service from London remain unchanged. Flights from Munich, Düsseldorf, Vienna, Brussels, Paris and Vladivostok to Tokyo are temporarily suspended.
The company has also announced the cancelation of flights to many destinations such as Wuhan, Beijing, Qingdao, Hong Kong, Shenzhen, Taipei, Seoul, Sidney, Manila, Bangkok, Jakarta, Singapore, and Kuala Lumpur.
For the Americas, the airline has announced the cancelation of flights to the following destinations: San Francisco, Seattle, Washington DC, New York, Houston, Vancouver, Mexico City, and Honolulu.
Finally, flights from Tokyo Narita (NRT) to Los Angeles (LAX) and Chicago (ORD) will only operate 7 flights per week.
ANA Care Promise
The company will continue to closely monitor the situation and will take appropriate action when needed to reassure its customers and employees that it is taking every precaution to provide a clean, safe, and comfortable environment.
To reassure comfort and safety to all passengers traveling with NH, the company asks them to follow its new requirements and safety precautions outlined on its website.