All Nippon Airways (ANA) plans to launch new international services and move some existing operations to Tokyo Haneda airport, starting 30 March 2014.
The carrier will start Tokyo Haneda-Hanoi and Tokyo Haneda-Vancouver services, using Boeing 767-300ER aircraft.
As part of its dual-airport strategy in Tokyo, ANA will add a second daily frequency to three routes – Jakarta, Manila and Paris – from Tokyo Haneda, complementing the existing daily services out of Tokyo Narita.
The Star Alliance member will move its Tokyo Narita-London Heathrow service to Haneda, while maintaining its codeshare with Virgin Atlantic. It will also move one of two daily Tokyo Narita-Bangkok and Tokyo Narita-Singapore services to Haneda.
ANA adds that it will resume its Nagoya-Shanghai Pudong service on 30 March, using Boeing 737-700 aircraft.
Innovata schedules show that ANA will compete with Japan Airlines on routes from Tokyo to Hanoi and Vancouver, although the latter's services are from Narita.