Following cuts in flights to domestic and select destinations such as Hong Kong, China, and South Korea, Japan's All Nippon Airways (ANA) – announced further cuts to its capacity and flight schedules.

Joining the reductions of domestic and international flights to Hong Kong, Taiwan, China, and India, the airline will be expanding the move for flights to destinations in Australia, Southeast Asia, North America, and Europe. The destinations will see the reductions take into effect on various days in March, covering flights mostly departing from Tokyo's Narita and Haneda airports.

For its Australia services, ANA will be reducing its Narita-Perth and Haneda-Sydney.

In Southeast Asia, services will be reduced on flights to Singapore, Jakarta, Yangon, Phnom Penh, Bangkok, and Ho Chi Minh.

As the outbreak picks up in Europe and North America, the airline suspend its flights including its Narita-Los Angeles, Narita-San Jose, and Haneda-New York flights. Services to Seattle, Washington DC, Paris, Frankfurt, Brussels, Dusseldorf, and Vancouver will be reduced.

ANA has reported that 267 flights to 23 international destinations will be changed between March 16 to 28. For its international routes, the airline has seen 2,224 flights to 46 destinations.

Within Japan, ANA changes will affect 1,360 flights serving 42 routes between March 20-31. The total number of domestic flights affected is 2,674 and 43 routes.


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