ANA W18 international service changes as of 22OCT18

ANA in the last few weeks filed international service changes for winter 2018/19 season, with majority of adjustment filed up to 30NOV18, while selected service adjusted into the first quarter of 2019. As of 22OCT18, planned changes as follow.

Nagoya Chubu – Shanghai Pu Dong 1 daily service suspended in winter season
Osaka Kansai – Beijing 28OCT18 – 30NOV18 737-700 replace 767, 1 daily
Osaka Kansai – Hong Kong 28OCT18 – 23FEB19 1 daily service suspended. Boeing 737-700 to operate this route upon resumption
Osaka Kansai – Shanghai Pu Dong 28OCT18 – 30NOV18 A320neo replaces 767, 2 daily
Tokyo Haneda – Beijing 28OCT18 – 30NOV18 NH963/964 767-300ER replaces 787-8 (Overall 1 daily each 777-300ER and 767)
Tokyo Haneda – Seoul Gimpo 28OCT18 – 30NOV18 NH867/862 787-9 replaces -8 (Overall 2 daily 787-8 and 1 daily -9)
Tokyo Haneda – Shanghai Pu Dong 28OCT18 – 30NOV18 NH971/972 767 replaces 787-8, (Overall 1 daily each 767 and 787)
Tokyo Haneda – Taipei Song Shan 28OCT18 – 30NOV18 NH851/852 767 replaces 787-8
Tokyo Narita – Bangkok eff 28OCT18 NH805/806 787-8 replaces -9 (Overall 1 daily each 787-8 and -9)
Tokyo Narita – Beijing 28OCT18 – 30NOV18 A320neo replaces previously, 1 daily
Tokyo Narita – Jakarta
28OCT18 – 30NOV18 767 replaces 787-8, 1 daily
Tokyo Narita – Kuala Lumpur eff 28OCT18 787-8 replaces -9, 1 daily
Tokyo Narita – Los Angeles
Service reduction from 2 to 1 daily is extended until 07FEB19 (NH175/176 cancelled)
Tokyo Narita – Singapore Operational aircraft changes:
NH801/802 28OCT18 – 07FEB19 777-300ER replaces 787-9 (Overall 1 daily each 787 and 777)
NH803/804 22JAN19 – 30MAR19 787-8 replaces 787-9

Previously reported changes:
Tokyo Haneda – Vienna eff 17FEB19 1 daily 787-9 (Vienna is a service resumption)
Tokyo Narita – Brussels eff 28OCT18 787-9 replaces 787-8, 1 daily


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