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ANA Exec: Expect Travel Demand To Gradually Recover At End-FY2021/22 For Domestic Routes, End-FY2023/24 For Intl Routes
All Nippon Airways Will Delay Delivery Of Aircraft, Says President & CEO Shinya Katanozaka - Nikkei
Japan's ANA Holdings Revises FY2019/20 Net Profit Forecast To 27 Billion Yen From 94 Billion Yen
ANA HOLDINGS INC. is a Japan-based holding company principally engaged in the aviation business. The Company operates in four segments. The Aviation segment conducts regular and irregular air transportation of passengers and cargo domestic and international flights. The Aviation Related segment provides services associated with air transport, such as airport handling and maintenance. The Travel segment plans and sells package travel products, focusing on travel products development and sales. The Trading Companies segment conducts import and export of aviation-related materials and mail order sales.
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Japan's biggest air carrier, ANA Holdings Inc <9202.T>, on Wednesday reported an operating loss of 159 billion yen (1.1 billion pounds) for the quarter from April to June and gave no annual forecast, but said recovery to pre-COVID demand would be slow.
Japan's biggest air carrier, ANA Holdings Inc <9202.T>, reported on Wednesday an operating loss of 159 billion yen ($1.51 billion) for the first quarter from April to June, but offered no annual forecast, citing demand uncertainty over the coronavirus pandemic.
ANA Holdings Inc is seeking a 300 billion yen ($2.8 billion) credit line from the Development Bank of Japan (DBJ) to help the airline cope with the business impact of the coronavirus outbreak, sources familiar with the matter said.
Japanese airline operator ANA Holdings is considering a loan of around 100 billion yen ($925 million), two sources familiar with the matter told Reuters on Friday, as it looks to ride out the devastating impact of the coronavirus outbreak.
Japan's biggest airline, ANA Holdings Inc, will seek loans as part of measures against the spreading coronavirus pandemic, two sources said on Monday.
Japan's biggest airline, ANA Holdings Inc <9202.T>, will seek short-term loans as part of measures against the spreading coronavirus pandemic, Jiji reported on Monday.
Japan's ANA Holdings Inc <9202.T> will buy 15 Boeing Co <BA.N> 787 Dreamliners worth $5 billion at list prices, it said, the first commercial order announcement for the U.S. planemaker this year as it wrestles with the grounding of the smaller 737 MAX.
Boeing Co is close to a deal to supply more 787 Dreamliners to Japan's ANA Holdings Inc in what would be the U.S. planemaker's first commercial order announcement so far this year, industry sources said.
Japan's biggest carrier ANA Holdings said on Tuesday it will slash the number of flights between Tokyo and Beijing by two thirds beginning Feb. 10 for at least seven weeks as the spreading coronavirus curtails travel.
* ANA HOLDINGS INC -TO ADD 5 CITIES -ISTANBUL, MILAN, MOSCOW, SHENZHEN AND STOCKHOLM- FROM TOKYO HANEDA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT STARTING IN SUMMER 2020
Japan's ANA Holdings Inc on Tuesday cut its full-year operating income guidance by 15%, citing a decline in cargo demand stemming from U.S.-China trade issues, a slowdown in business demand and intensifying competition in the budget sector.
Japan's ANA Holdings sees no changes now in its order plans for Boeing Co 737 MAX aircraft, a senior executive said on Friday.
Japan's ANA Holdings Inc said on Tuesday it would order at least 38 planes worth $4.33 billion (£3.30 billion) from Boeing Co and Airbus, and buy a stake in Philippines Airlines' parent PAL Holdings Inc to support its Asia growth strategy.
Japanese airline ANA Holdings Inc is set to order 18 Airbus SE A320neo jets, a source familiar with the matter said on Tuesday.
* ANA says considering Boeing order, but no final decision yet
Japan's ANA Holdings confirmed on Tuesday that it was considering an order of Boeing Co jets, after Reuters earlier reported that it was close to buying 30 of the new 737 MAX jets in a deal worth $3.5 billion.
Boeing Co is close to a deal worth $3.5 billion at list prices to sell 30 Boeing 737 MAX jetliners to ANA Holdings, two people familiar with the matter said.
Japan's ANA Holdings Inc <9202.T> said on Wednesday it is in talks with Philippine Airlines Inc's [PHL.UL] parent company PAL Holdings <PAL.PS> about making an investment but it had not yet made a "concrete decision".
Japanese airline ANA Holdings Inc reported a 5 percent fall in quarterly operating profit on Friday due to higher fuel costs and flight cancellations after a series of natural disasters.
Japanese airline ANA Holdings <9202.T> cancelled 330 domestic flights from July 23 through July 31, and warned of further cancellations in August as it continues to inspect engines built by Rolls-Royce <RR.L>.
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