ANA Wings

Summary

ANA Wings
All Nippon Airways Logo.svg
IATA ICAO Callsign
EH AKX ALL NIPPON
ALFA WING
Founded1 October 2010; 11 years ago (2010-10-01)
Operating basesChubu Centrair International Airport
Narita International Airport
HubsFukuoka Airport
Itami Airport
New Chitose Airport
Frequent-flyer programANA Mileage Club
AllianceStar Alliance (affiliate)
Fleet size24
Destinations26
Parent companyAll Nippon Airways
HeadquartersHaneda airport, Tokyo, Japan
Key peopleHiroki Izumi (CEO)
Employees1,157 (April 1, 2014)
Websitewww.anawings.co.jp
An ANA Wings Boeing 737-500 landing at Kansai International Airport, Osaka, Japan. (2012)

ANA Wings Co.,Ltd. (ANAウイングス株式会社 ANA Uingusu Kabushiki Kaisha) is a regional airline with its corporate headquarters at Itami Airport near Osaka, Japan and a wholly owned subsidiary of All Nippon Airways (ANA).[1] The airline was formed on 1 October 2010 through the merger of Air Next, Air Central and Air Nippon Network.

Destinations

ANA Wings serves the following destinations within Japan (as of October 2019):[2]

Island City Airport Notes
Hokkaido Hakodate Hakodate Airport
Hokkaido Kushiro Kushiro Airport
Hokkaido Monbetsu Monbetsu Airport Terminated
Hokkaido Nakashibetsu Nakashibetsu Airport
Hokkaido Ōzora Memanbetsu Airport
Hokkaido Rishiri Island Rishiri Airport
Hokkaido Sapporo New Chitose Airport Hub
Hokkaido Wakkanai Wakkanai Airport
Honshu Akita Akita Airport
Honshu Aomori Aomori Airport
Honshu Fukushima Fukushima Airport
Honshu Hiroshima Hiroshima Airport Terminated
Honshu Iwakuni Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni Terminated
Honshu Iwami Iwami Airport Terminated
Honshu Kitaakita Odate–Noshiro Airport Terminated
Honshu Komatsu Komatsu Airport
Honshu Nagoya Chūbu Centrair International Airport Hub
Honshu Niigata Niigata Airport
Honshu Okayama Okayama Airport Terminated
Honshu Osaka Kansai Airport Terminated
Honshu Osaka Itami Airport Hub
Honshu Sakata Shonai Airport Terminated
Honshu Sendai Sendai Airport
Honshu Tokyo Haneda Airport Terminated
Narita International Airport Hub
Oshima Airport Terminated
Honshu Tottori Tottori Airport Terminated
Honshu Toyama Toyama Airport Terminated
Honshu Yonago Miho-Yonago Airport Terminated
Kyushu Fukuoka Fukuoka Airport Hub
Kyushu Gotō - Fukue Fukue Airport
Kyushu Kagoshima Kagoshima Airport
Kyushu Kumamoto Kumamoto Airport
Kyushu Miyazaki Miyazaki Airport
Kyushu Nagasaki Nagasaki Airport Terminated
Kyushu Oita Oita Airport
Kyushu Tsushima Island Tsushima Airport
Ryukyu Islands Ishigaki New Ishigaki Airport Terminated
Ryukyu Islands Miyakojima Miyako Airport Terminated
Ryukyu Islands Naha Naha Airport
Shikoku Kōchi Kōchi Airport
Shikoku Matsuyama Matsuyama Airport

Fleet

Current Fleet

An ANA Wings Bombardier Q300 landing at Haneda Airport, Tokyo, Japan. (2012)

The ANA Wings fleet consists of the following aircraft (as of July 2020):[3]

ANA Wings Fleet
Aircraft In Fleet Orders Passengers[4] Notes
Bombardier Q400 24[5] 6 74
Mitsubishi MRJ90 15 TBA Operated for All Nippon Airways
Total 24 21

Former fleet

ANA Wings Former Fleet
Aircraft Introduced Retired
Boeing 737-500 1995 2020
Bombardier Q300 2010 2014

References

  1. ^ "会社概要." ANA Wings. Retrieved on May 12, 2016. "本社所在地 〒144-8515 東京都大田区羽田空港3-3-2"
  2. ^ ANA Wings Route Map (Japanese) anawings.co.jp
  3. ^ "ANA Wings Fleet Details and History". Retrieved 1 March 2020.
  4. ^ "機材紹介 ANAウイングス - ANA WINGS -" (in Japanese). Retrieved 28 May 2017.
  5. ^ "Global Airline Guide 2017 (Part One)". Airliner World (October 2017): 18.

External links

  • Official website (in Japanese)