Japan's All Nippon Airways (ANA) plans to expand its codesharing agreements with seven airlines on flights out of Tokyo's Haneda Airport.
It will place its code on services operated by Star Alliance partners Air Canada, Air China, Asiana Airlines, Singapore Airlines (SIA) and Thai Airways International, as well as EVA Airways and Malaysia Airlines (MAS).
With the arrangements, ANA will be able to offer flights on 11 international routes out of Haneda, says the carrier.
ANA will codeshare with Air Canada on its Vancouver-Haneda flights from 30 January 2011, with Thai Airways International on Bangkok-Haneda from 30 October, with SIA on Singapore-Haneda from 31 October, with Asiana on Seoul Gimpo-Haneda from 31 October, with MAS on Kota Kinabalu-Haneda from 15 November and with EVA on Taipei Songshan-Haneda from 31 October.
The carrier will also place its code on Air China's existing Beijing-Haneda flights. Air China operates regular charter flights on the route currently, but will convert them to scheduled flights after Haneda begins international scheduled services.
In addition, ANA plans to codeshare on more domestic US services with its Star Alliance partners United Airlines, Continental Airlines and US Airways.