The Japanese ANA is back to pre-crisis levels with its range of flights between Tokyo and Frankfurt.
With the start of the winter flight schedule, normality will return at least for the flight connections from Frankfurt for the largest Japanese airline. Then the Star Alliance member will again operate twice a day and 14 times a week between Rhein/Main and Tokyo/Haneda, the Asian metropolis' airport near the city. This means that the offer is back to the level it was before the Corona crisis. The airline had already adjusted the offer to twelve weekly flight connections in August. However, the daily flights between Munich, Düsseldorf and Tokyo are still suspended.
In September, the Japanese carrier currently has 35 percent of the flight offer planned before the pandemic on its international route network for sale, originally more than 5.300 flight connections on 75 routes were planned. Around 1.850 flights are currently planned on 40 routes. For the month of October, this rate increases by one percentage point to 37 percent, for November to 39 percent, as the company announced in a press release.