Japan’s ANA to expand budget airline business across Asia | AeroTime

DAILY NEWSLETTER | 2 February 2018
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Japan’s ANA to expand budget airline business across Asia

All Nippon Airways (ANA), Japan’s biggest airline by revenue, announced on February 1, 2018, that it plans to expand its LCCs into medium-length international routes across Asia, due to robust travel demand in the region. The Japanese carrier aims to double sales for its brands Vanilla Air and Peach Aviation with its five year growth strategy through FY 2022.

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