ANA and JAL come into line in familiarizing Sustainable Air Fuel, targeting zero emission from air transportation in 2050
ANA and JAL drew up a joint report ‘Toward Virtually Zero CO2 Emissions from Air Transport in 2050’ toward a joint effort to expand awareness and understanding of Sustainable Air Fuel (SAF) in Japan.
ANA and JAL launch campaigns to give perks to vaccinated travelers and travelers with negative certificates
ANA Group and JAL Group launched campaigns to encourage fully-vaccinated travelers or travelers with negative certificates to travel in Japan, following complete lifting of declaration of a state of emergency.
ANA has started selling a 3-days/2-nights tour for Miyakojima with A380 ‘FLYING HONU,’ which is usually operated for the Honolulu flights. The tour will be performed on October 30 this year.
ANA Holdings successfully reduced net loss to 51.1 billion JPY for the Q1 of FY2021 (April to June 2021) from 106.8 billion JPY a year ago. Operating revenue was up 63.6% year on year to 198.9 billion JPY, propped by an increase in international cargo revenue from 25.4 billion JPY to 66 billion JPY.
ANA and Peach Aviation, an ANA subsidiary LCC, will begin code-shared flights on Paech’s operating domestic Narita and Chubu (Nagoya) routes in late August 2021.
Nine out of top 10 receiving governmental subsidies for employment adjustment are airlines and tourism-related companies
Nine out of the top 10 receiving the subsides for employment adjustment are an airline and tourism-related companies. Top is ANA with 43.7 billion JPY, followed by Oriental Land operating Tokyo Disneyland.
ANA conducts a trial of IATA Travel Pass on its New York and Honolulu flights, expecting it will be a trump card for restart of international travel
ANA began testing IATA Travel Pass on the Haneda-New York and Haneda-Honolulu, joined by volunteer passengers, on May 24, expecting that the digital health accreditation app will be a trump card for restart of international travel.
ANA will launch a virtual travel platform in 2022 to offer avatar-based travel and shopping experiences
ANA will establish a new company ‘ANA NEO’ to develop and operate a virtual travel platform ‘SKY WHALE,' which consists of ‘Sky Park,’ ‘Sky Mall’ and Sky Village’ services, taking advantage of avatar robot ‘newme’ developed by ANA Group venture company avatatin.
ANA Group sets new goals to reduce CO2 emission from aircraft operations to less than the FY2019 level in 2030 and practical zero in 2050, accelerating its ESG management.
ANA posts record-high deficit of 404.6 billion JPY for the full year of FY2020 with a 96% decrease in international passengers
Hit by COVID-19 pandemic, ANA Holdings fell into record-high deficit of 404.6 billion JPY for the full year of FY2020, but it is expected to ensure net profit of 3..5 billion JPY for FY2021, hoping domestic flight demand will recover to a normal level in the end of FY2021.
ANA and four ground transportation companies in Osaka offer a reasonable packaged ticket called ‘Osaka Aozora Kiipu’ for ANA flight users on ANA Airport Access Navi to receive a packaged transportation ticket at Itami Airport at once.
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.