ANA S17 international changes as of 19JAN17

ANA today (19JAN17) revealed planned summer 2017 operations, effective from 26MAR17. Planned international changes as follow.

Selected changes will be reflected in the reservation system in the next few days.

Tokyo Haneda – Jakarta eff 01AUG17 NEW 2nd daily service by 240-seater 787-8
NH871 HND2330 – 0505+1CGK 788 D
NH872 CGK0655 – 1630HND 788 D

Tokyo Haneda – Kuala Lumpur eff 01AUG17 787-9 replaces 787-8, 1 daily
Tokyo Haneda – Manila eff 24JUL17 787-9 replaces 787-8, 1 daily
Tokyo Narita – Bangkok eff 01MAY17 NH805/806 operated by 240-seater 787-8, replaces 777-200ER
Tokyo Narita – Beijing eff 24JUL17 787-8 replaces 767, 1 daily
Tokyo Narita – Dalian eff 24JUL17 767 replaces 787-8, 1 daily
Tokyo Narita – Hangzhou eff 26MAR17 A320neo replaces 767, 1 daily
Tokyo Narita – Ho Chi Minh City eff 01SEP17 1 of 2 daily operated by 787-8, replaces 767
Tokyo Narita – Honolulu
eff 01JUN17 NH182/181 787-9 replaces 767, 1 daily
eff 01SEP17 NH184/183 787-9 replaces 787-8, 1 daily

Tokyo Narita – Manila eff 26MAR17 240-seater 787-8 replaces 777-200ER, 1 daily
Tokyo Narita – Mumbai eff 28APR17 169-seater 787-8 replaces 215-seater 787-9, 1 daily
Tokyo Narita – Shanghai Pu Dong 2 daily 787-8 and 1 daily 767 to become 2 daily 767 and 1 daily 787-9 until 23JUL17, switching to 2 daily 787-8 and 1 daily 787-9 from 24JUL17

Previously reported changes:
Tokyo Haneda – Hanoi 240-seater 787-8 replaces 246-seater 787-9
Tokyo Haneda – Hong Kong NH859/860 240-seater 787-8 replaces 246-seater 787-9
Tokyo Haneda – Jakarta 01AUG17 – 31AUG17 215-seater 787-9 replaces 246-seater
Tokyo Haneda – Singapore eff 01JUN17 NH841/844 215-seater 787-9 replaces 246-seater
Tokyo Haneda – Sydney eff 24JUL17 240-seater 787-9 replaces 215-seater
Tokyo Haneda – Vancouver 240-seater 787-9 service continues on/after 26MAR17 (to be introduced from 01FEB17)
Tokyo Narita – Dusseldorf eff 28APR17 215-seater 787-9 replaces 169-seater 787-8


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