While  gradually resuming its flights throughout its network, Japan's All Nippon Airways (ANA) has made some changes to its flights to Bangkok and Manila for the month of July.

According to a schedule update from the airline on June 25, ANA announced it would temporarily suspend its daily flights on the Tokyo-Haneda to Bangkok route (NH847) between July 1-15. While the outbound flight will be suspended, it will continue operations of the return segment from Bangkok to Tokyo as NH850.

ANA plans to resume roundtrip flights on the Haneda-Bangkok route on July 16.

For travel from Manila, ANA will resume flights to Tokyo-Narita starting July 4. While the Narita-Manila flights (NH819) will remain suspended, the Manila-Narita flights (NH820) will operate on a thrice-weekly schedule every Monday/Wednesday/Saturday.

The resumption of the Manila-Narita flights will coincide with the thrice-weekly Manila-Haneda flights ANA is currently operating (NH870). The inbound flights from Haneda to Manila (NH869) remain suspended.

ANA's complete schedule of international flights: https://www.anahd.co.jp/en/jp/topics/notice200206/


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