All Nippon Airways (ANA) has announced its plans to resume 3 weekly direct flights between Munich and Tokyo (Haneda). The flights will be on Monday, Friday and Saturday, and the aircraft will be a Boeing 787 Dreamliner. ANA will continue monitoring demand, and additional flights will be reinstated if the need is there.
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“Thanks to these new flights, we are proud to be able to offer again to South Germany and the surrounding region a direct connection with Japan. With business gradually getting back to normal, we now aim to provide our customers with greater capacity and the high quality service that they have come to expect. From Tokyo, we look forward to serving 21 further destinations with passenger flights and 15 more with freighter flights. For example, we will again be offering a one-stop service to Sydney, Australia, via Tokyo Haneda,” Sadami Sugimoto, Vice President, Cargo Marketing and Services EMEA, said.