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ANA set to start low-cost Southeast Asia flights in February 2024

AirJapan 'committed to yielding profit in fiscal 2025,' says CEO

President and CEO Hideki Mineguchi, center, said AirJapan was committed to turning a profit in fiscal 2025. (Photo by Yutaka Miyaguchi)

TOKYO -- Japan's ANA Holdings is on track to launch low-cost flights to Southeast Asia in its new AirJapan carriers in February 2024.

"We plan to first launch flights to Southeast Asia," AirJapan CEO Hideki Mineguchi told reporters on Thursday. He said the flights will serve routes "where there is strong demand" but declined to give concrete information, saying details are to be finalized by this summer.

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