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ANA says international flights will hit pre-COVID level in 2024

Japanese airline worried by risks from Ukraine war

ANA President and CEO Koji Shibata says outbound tourism remains sluggish in part due to the weak yen. (Photo by Rurika Imahashi) 

TOKYO -- Japan's ANA Holdings expects global travel demand to bounce back to pre-COVID levels within 18 months as an easing of health restrictions boosts demand for flights.

The country's largest airline by revenue raised its full-year earnings forecast, weeks after Japan eased pandemic entry requirements for foreign tourists.

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