ANA will double the number of flights it operates between Tokyo (Narita) and Chicago, from 7 flights a week to 14 as it looks to capitalize on the growth in demand for connections between Asia and North America.
This change will take place from June 29, 2013. The move is part of ANA’s rapid route expansion between Japan and North America this fiscal year, including the launch of the Tokyo–Seattle route in July, the increase in capacity on the Tokyo–New York route which became a double daily service in October and the introduction of Tokyo–San Jose services from Jan 11, 2013.
ANA also said it will resume its Nagoya (Chubu)–Shanghai service during the summer timetable (from March 31 until Oct 26, 2013). The flight will operate with a convenient timetable, departing Nagoya in the morning and the return flight departing Shanghai in the afternoon.