ANA – United joint cargo venture to start on 5 July


All Nippon Airways and United Airlines are to start their joint cargo venture on trans-Pacific routes from 5 July.

The joint venture and aligned operations will start on flights from Japan to the US and Canada, followed by routes from North America to Japan at an unspecified date “in the near future”.

The Japanese carrier says: “This program will offer cargo customers access to more destinations with quicker transport times.”

The network will provide customers with 175 non-stop flights a week to 12 destinations and numerous flights and truck connections within the US and Canada.