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All Nippon Airways

All Nippon Airways strike

Two ANA flights between Hong Kong and Tokyo were cancelled yesterday when a pilots' strike went into its third day, forcing 450 passengers to transfer to other airlines.

Thursday, 9 April, 1998, 12:00am

All Nippon Airways strike

Two ANA flights between Hong Kong and Tokyo were cancelled yesterday when a pilots' strike went into its third day, forcing 450 passengers to transfer to other airlines.

All Nippon Airways Hong Kong administration manager Takashi Shibata was uncertain when the strike, over pay, would end or whether more flights would be cancelled.

9 Apr 1998 - 12:00am

Flights cancelled after strike

Some 2,000 Hong Kong passengers would be affected and 14 flights delayed or cancelled in the first three days of a strike at All Nippon Airways, the company said yesterday.

A Hong Kong office spokesman said flights NH-909 and NH-910, scheduled to fly between Tokyo and Hong Kong tomorrow, had been cancelled.

7 Apr 1998 - 12:00am

Facilities at heart of ANA strategy

ANA Hotels is expanding to meet the needs of business travellers with the opening of its first hotel in Indonesia and a third in China.

Rapidly developing cities like Dalian, in Liaoning province, and Jakarta are considered strategic markets for ANA Hotels.

14 Sep 1997 - 12:00am

ANA to strengthen routes

All Nippon Airways (ANA) said yesterday it would use the opening of Chek Lap Kok airport to strengthen its Hong Kong network. The Japanese carrier was hoping to start services from Japanese cities - including Nagoya and Fukuoka - to Hong Kong. It also was hoping to increase frequencies on the Hong Kong to Osaka route from daily to twice-daily.

26 Jul 1997 - 12:00am

Jumbo forced to abort take-off

A jumbo jet carrying 200 passengers and crew was forced to abandon its take off from Kai Tak after an engine failed to generate enough power. The crew of the All Nippon Airways 747 to Tokyo slammed on the brakes after discovering the number one engine had not produced enough thrust.

Most passengers remained in Hong Kong overnight. No injuries were reported.

11 Jul 1997 - 12:00am