All Nippon Airways to launch new direct flight to Vienna in spring 2019
All Nippon Airways is increasing its companies to Europe with the upcoming launch of a brand new day by day continuous route from Tokyo Haneda Airport to Vienna Worldwide Airport.
Service begins on February 17th, and would be the cornerstone of ANA’s technique to satisfy rising enterprise demand for flights connecting Asia and Europe.
Along with its enchantment as a vacationer vacation spot, Vienna is effectively positioned to behave as a connecting hub for additional journey inside Europe via its three way partnership partnership with Austrian Airways, a member of the Lufthansa Group.
With Vienna-based flights to 68 different European cities, the Lufthansa Group’s important presence within the Austrian capital and the airport’s speedy 25 to 50-minute minimal connection time makes reaching different cities on the continent easy and simple.
Likewise, ANA’s partnership with the Lufthansa group will permit it to satisfy the elevated demand for Japan-bound flights from Austria and neighbouring nations akin to Germany, Switzerland, Italy and Poland.
The addition of Vienna brings ANA’s whole variety of European continuous flights to eight and marks the seventh metropolis in Europe.
Seiichi Takahashi, senior vice chairman, ANA, mentioned: “Subsequent 12 months Japan and Austria will commemorate the 150th anniversary of diplomatic relations between the 2 nations, and we’re happy to make our award-winning air journey extra handy for travellers from each nations.
“Vienna is named the historic and geographical gateway to Central and Jap Europe, and we look ahead to strengthening ties between Japan and this dynamic area by providing flights that are perfect for enterprise travellers and vacationers.”
Demand for flights to Europe has elevated partially as a result of strengthened financial relationship between Japan and the European Union.
Because the Japan-EU Financial Partnership Settlement lowers financial obstacles, ANA goals to make journey simply as handy.