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ANA to increase international flights

Airline to respond to recovering demand in Asia and North America

Japanese carrier All Nippon Airways is seeing recovering demand from international travelers following a slump due to the pandemic. (Photo by Yoshiaki Inoue)

TOKYO -- Japanese airline All Nippon Airways is increasing international flights to meet recovering travel demand in North America and Asia, the company announced on Tuesday.

Flights from Tokyo's Haneda Airport to Seattle in the U.S. will resume in December. There will be one round trip every week from Dec. 4 to the end of the 2021, covering the beginning of the winter holiday season.

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