Great news Adventuristas!
All Nippon Airways (ANA) will start flying to the United States of America via Tokyo's close-to-downtown Haneda Airport. Just recently, ANA got 3 more daytime slots which they’ll be using to fly direct to New York and Chicago, USA. Flights will commence in Winter 2016.
All Nippon Airways is the largest airline in Japan and hailed as one of the top 10 airlines in the world. Currently, ANA is already operating to Los Angeles, Honolulu and Vancouver from Haneda and Narita Airport. ANA strives to give its valued passengers more convenience, thus increasing its flights to North America with these 2 new routes. This is good news as it increases the airline's total number of flights to the USA.
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The significance of Haneda Airport in Tokyo can also be used as a convenient stop-over for travelers traveling from Europe and the US going on to Japan and other destinations in Asia or from Asia to the US and other parts of the world.
Additionally, All Nippon Airways also announced that they will be starting daily nonstop flights between Mexico City and Tokyo starting February 2017. To date, this will be ANA's longest route, beating out their flight between Tokyo and Washington.
This is a great time for the airline industry and for travelers as well. With these new routes, we now have more options in traveling from one city to another.
What do you think about ANA’s new route from Tokyo New York and Chicago, USA?
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