Air Canada and All Nippon Airways are expanding their network between Canada and Japan. Beginning August 16, the two airlines are expanding services on a codeshare basis to include more transpacific flights to and from Canadian and Japanese gateway cities, as well as connecting flights within Japan and transborder flights between Canada and the United States.
In response to growing demand for service between Japan and Canada, the two Star Alliance partners are extending their existing codeshare agreement on flights operated by Air Canada between Vancouver-Nagoya and Toronto-Tokyo, to all Air Canada-operated flights to Japan including Vancouver-Tokyo and Vancouver-Osaka flights.
ANA will expand its presence in the Canadian market through the addition of their code on selected Air Canada-operated flights from Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto and Winnipeg, to Chicago and Los Angeles. Customers on these flights will benefit from convenient connections to ANA-operated flights, offered by Air Canada on a codeshare basis, between Chicago, Los Angeles and Tokyo.
With the addition of these codeshare flights, ANA now offers a total of 126 codeshare flights per week operated by Air Canada. As part of this network expansion, Air Canada is significantly increasing its presence within Japan to offer customers up to 18 daily flights between Fukuoka, Sapporo, Okinawa and Kagoshima and the three Japanese gateway cities served by Air Canada: Tokyo, Osaka and Nagoya. With the addition of these new codeshare flights, Air Canada now offers 150 codeshare flights per week operated by ANA.
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