All Nippon Airways and Skymark to increase domestic flights in June 22 at 4:20
All Nippon Airways and Skymark, which are carrying out large-scale cancellations and reductions due to the spread of the new coronavirus infection, will increase the number of domestic flights next month as more areas where emergency declarations are lifted.
According to the domestic flight plan announced by All Nippon Airways, this month, flights between Haneda and Osaka, which are two round trips per day, will be increased from 6 to 8 next month, and flights between Haneda and Fukuoka will also be scheduled to be returned from 7 to 9 next month.
Flights between Haneda Airport and Okayama, Kumamoto, Miyazaki, etc., which are closed, will resume operations next month on a round trip.
On the other hand, next month, the number of flights cancelled or reduced will be more than 15,900 flights, which is still at a high level of 70, but will be on the recovery compared to this month, which was 85.1% higher than this month.
Skymark also plans to increase the number of flights in the first half of next month, mainly on routes to and from Haneda, Fukuoka and Kobe, and the percentage of flights cancelled will decrease from 85% this month to 80 next month.
According to the two companies, as more and more areas where the state of emergency declaration swells, there will be a slight recovery in domestic bookings next month.
On the other hand, japan Airlines plans to operate domestic flights scheduled for the first half of next month, with 72% of the same level as this month as cancelled or reduced.