ANA postpones comeback in Munich and Vienna again

Boeing 777 (Photo: ANA).
Boeing 777 (Photo: ANA).

ANA postpones comeback in Munich and Vienna again

Boeing 777 (Photo: ANA).
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The Japanese All Nippon Airways is extending the flight break on the routes from Tokyo to Munich and Vienna until at least July 1, 2021. The background is the still strict entry and quarantine regulations on both sides.

Apart from its own citizens, only very few groups of people can currently enter Japan. It is currently not foreseeable how long the measures will continue. This also has consequences for Düsseldorf and Frankfurt am Main: The route to the capital of North Rhine-Westphalia remains suspended, although this is a few weeks ago communicated by ANA. The planned increase in the Frankfurt route will not come for the time being.

All Nippon Airways offers time and again between Germany and Japan Special flights at. These are primarily aimed at Japanese citizens who want to come to their home country or to work or study. These can only be used by people who are authorized to enter Japan or Germany.

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