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ANA to expand budget airline business as Q3 profit shines

It plans medium-length international flights; to seek new markets such as South America, Africa and Russia

An ANA Boeing 767 taking off in front of Mt Fuji at Haneda Airport, in Tokyo. The airline benefitted from rival JAL's 2010 bankruptcy by winning slots at Haneda, the airport preferred by business travellers departing from or arriving in Tokyo.


ANA Holdings, Japan's biggest airline by revenue, plans to expand its budget airline business into medium-length international flights due to robust travel demand in Asia after it notched strong third-quarter earnings.

In a new four-year strategic plan, ANA said on Thursday

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