In the coming month, the Japanese airline All Nippon Airways will return to Munich Airport.
Because of the pandemic, Japan had restricted air traffic, so the carrier also had to stop direct connections to Munich. But now the airline is returning and will again be offering non-stop connections to and from Tokyo-Haneda from March 26, one of them to Munich. Passengers can take off from Munich Airport three times a week, always on Mondays, Fridays and Sundays. The flights will be operated on the Boeing 787-9 and will offer a three-class configuration. ANA will also continue to offer direct connections to Tokyo-Haneda from Frankfurt, even twice a day. In addition, the route Brussels-Tokyo/Narita will be included and from the end of March there will also be flights to Sydney and Perth again.