Japanese airline All Nippon Airways (ANA) plans to operate its Boeing 787s on a wider range of international and domestic routes in the second half of FY2012.
The airline will launch its five times weekly Narita-San Jose service on 11 January 2013. It plans to use Narita as a hub to improve flight services between North America and Asia.
ANA will also deploy its 787-8s on the Narita-Seattle and Haneda-Beijing routes, starting October. Flights from Narita to Taipei and Hangzhou will be operated with 777-200ERs and 737-700s respectively.
To take advantage of the new Ishigaki airport, ANA will also resume its Chubu-Ishigaki service on 8 January 2013 and Miyako-Ishigaki route from 28 October.
The carrier will add a daily flight on services from Haneda to Sapporo and Yonago, Chubu to Okinawa and Itami to Kumamoto.
Flights between Hiroshima and Sapporo will resume starting 13 December.
On the cargo front, the airline will boost the frequency of services from Narita and Kansai to Bangkok to five times weekly from 28 October.