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ANA Adds New European Destinations

The Star Alliance carrier is adding four European destinations and increasing frequencies on other international routes.

An ANA 787 nears touch down in Munich (Photo: Fabian Behr | AirlineGeeks)

All Nippon Airways (ANA) has released its 2024 flight schedule, with the airline introducing and resuming service on several international routes. Throughout the year, the Tokyo-based carrier will be adding flights to Vienna, Milan, Stockholm, and Istanbul.

Summer Schedule: Resumption of Vienna Route and Increased International Frequencies

Starting from Aug. 1, 2024, ANA will operate three weekly flights between Tokyo Haneda Airport and Vienna International Airport using its Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner aircraft. The route is returning after a multi-year hiatus.

During the summer months, the carrier is also increasing the frequency of service on numerous international routes. Service between Haneda and Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport and Munich will be increased to daily roundtrips.

Meanwhile, in Asia, ANA will be ending its three times weekly route between Narita International Airport and Beijing Capital International Airport in favor of a daily Haneda service. The airline is also doubling its flights between Haneda and Shanghai Pudong International Airport to two flights daily.

New European Destinations in Winter 2024

ANA will be adding three additional European destinations in its winter 2024 schedule: Milan Malpensa Airport, Stockholm Arlanda Airport, and Istanbul Airport. All three routes will be operated from Haneda.

The Japanese carrier will be the only airline operating between Tokyo and Milan and Stockholm. Fellow Star Alliance member Turkish Airlines already flies between Istanbul and both Narita and Haneda. The three new routes will bring ANA’s total number of European destinations to nine.

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