ANA targets ASEAN travelers with new budget carrier
Japan's biggest airline taps growing markets as tourism recovers
"Both business and leisure customers from abroad are strong so far, with the exception of China. I think this trend will continue," said ANA Holdings CEO Koji Shibata, center. (Photo by Yutaka Miyaguchi)
TOKYO -- ANA Holdings hopes its new low-cost carrier will be able to tempt more tourists from Southeast Asia, Japan's largest airline said Wednesday, unveiling its medium-term growth plan.
"Over the next three years, we will grow our revenue mainly in the airline business, while strengthening non-airline business," said President and CEO Koji Shibata at a press conference to give details of ANA's strategy for the medium term, which covers the fiscal year ending March 2023 to 2025.