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ANA domestic bookings double after Tokyo emergency lifted

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All Nippon Airway's domestic bookings shot up as soon as the state of emergency in greater Tokyo was lifted. (Photo by Akiyoshi Inoue)

TOKYO -- Domestic bookings at All Nippon Airways doubled right after the government ended the state of emergency in the greater Tokyo area Monday.

ANA recorded about 55,000 reservations for domestic flights Monday, twice the average daily bookings in January and February. Although Monday's reservations are still 50% to 60% of the pre-coronavirus level of the same period in 2019, bookings are seen rising to roughly 70,000 this coming weekend.

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