TOKYO 10 April, 2003 - ANA will reduce flights on the Osaka (Kansai)-Guam route for the end of April due to falling passenger demand in the wake of the war with Iraq and other factors.
At present ANA operates a daily service on this route using a Boeing 767 aircraft (216 seats).
Osaka (Kansai) departures will be suspended for the period of April 21 (Mon) to April 30 (Wed), with the exception of April 25 (Fri) and April 28 (Mon).
Guam departures will be suspended from April 22 (Wed) to May 1 (Thu), with the exception of April 26 (Sat) and April 29 (Tue).
The dates on which the flights will operate fall within Golden Week and show high demand. Golden Week is one of Japan’s most famous holiday periods and encompasses a series of four public holidays.
ANA’s daily Tokyo (Narita) - Guam service, also using a Boeing 767 (216 seats), is not affected.