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All Nippon Airways

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  • 1. HISTORY.FLEET.HUBS&SPOKES.CLASSESofSERVICE.ALL NIPPON airways
  • 2. histor brief history
  • 3. TTookkyy11oo 995522 JJaappaann NNiippppoonn HHeelliiccoopptteerr && AAeerrooppllaannee TTrraannssppoorrtt CCoo.., LLttdd..
  • 4. MMaassuuiicchhii MMiiddoorroo the founder & the first president of Nippon Helicopter ttiimmee ooff eessttaabblliisshhmmeenntt 28 employees 12 board members Japanese pilots De Havilland Dove limited to CARGO Tokyo-Osaka route
  • 5. AAllll NNiippppoonn AAiirrwwaayyss!!!! END of 1956
  • 6. 1964 *entered jet age *purchased 3 Boeing 727s for use on its Tokyo to Sapporo route and for charter flights **ffoouunnddaattiioonn ooff rreegguullaarr 1971 iinntteerrnnaattiioonnaall sseerrvviiccee 1973 **2200 yyeeaarrss ooff sseerrvviiccee **AANNAA ccaarrrriieedd iittss 5500 mmiilllliioonntthh ppaasssseennggeerr..
  • 7. 1985 bbeeggaann ccaarrggoo sseerrvviiccee iinntteerrnnaattiioonnaall ppaasssseennggeerr ttrraavveell 1986 GGuuaamm aanndd tthheenn ttoo WWaasshhiinnggttoonn,, DD..CC..,, aanndd LLooss AAnnggeelleess.. 11999944 KKoorreeaa,, SSiinnggaappoorree,, CChhiinnaa,, HHoonngg KKoonngg,, aanndd AAuussttrraalliiaa ffrroomm tthhee nneeww OOssaakkaa KKaannssaaii IInntteerrnnaattiioonnaall AAiirrppoorrtt.. TThhee UUnniitteedd SSttaatteess wwaass ffrroomm TTookkyyoo..
  • 8. ANA fast facts • ninth largest airline in the world by revenues (2012) • largest airline in Japan by passenger numbers and revenues (2012). • Founded in 1952 • 32 international destinations and 50 domestic cities • serving a network of 176 routes • In 2012, it carried 45 million passengers and generated revenues of $15.8bn • core member of Star Alliance since 1999 • Airline of the Year for 2013 by Air Transport World Magazines, • awarded five stars by the world's leading Airline and Airport review site, SKYTRAX. • launch customer and biggest operator of the Boeing 787 Dreamline
  • 9. flee information
  • 10. 81 BAoNeAin'sg coscotudme er 203 paaisrcsreanftgse r serivnice 172 paaisrcsreanftgse r order 9 20 slpiveecriyal aircrafts aicracrrgafots Boeing 767-300F
  • 11. in-service passenger aircrafts 14 2 AIRBUS A320- 211 20 3 wet leased BOEING 737- 700 BOEING 737- 700ER Operated by ANA Business Jet Leased aircrafts to be replaced by other aircraft by 2015
  • 12. in-service passenger aircrafts 27 35 1 wet leased (Sky Jet) BOEING 737- 800 BOEING 767- 300 22 BOEING 737- 700ER
  • 13. in-service passenger aircrafts 16 to be replaced by Boeing 787-9 7 BOEING 777- 200 BOEING 777- 200ER BOEING 777- 300 12
  • 14. in-service passenger aircrafts 19 1 BOEING 777- 300ER BOEING 787-8 BOEING 787-9 28 Entry into service (Aug. 4, 2014)
  • 15. hubs and Spokes
  • 16. Hubs Airline hubs are airports that an airline uses as a transfer point to get passengers to their intended destination. It is part of a hub and spoke model, where travelers moving between airports not served by direct flights change planes en route to their destinations. This is as opposed to the Point to Point model. Many hubs of the airlines are also situated at airports in the cities of the respective head offices.
  • 17. Hubs Some airlines may use only a single hub, while other airlines use multiple hubs. Hubs are used for both passenger flights as well as cargo flights.
  • 18. Hubs Main International Hubs Kansai International Airport Narita International Airport Domestic Hubs New Chitose Airport Chubu Centrair International Airport Osaka International Airport Itami Haneda International Airport
  • 19. Spokes (europe) London Heathrow Airport (England) Charles de Gaulle Airport (France) Frankfurt Airport (Germany) Munich Airport (Germany) Düsseldorf International Airport(Germany)
  • 20. Spokes (asia) Gimpo International Airport (S. Korea) Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport Taipei Songshan Airport Suvarnabhumi Airport (Thailand) Singapore Changi Airport Tân S n Nh t International ơ ấ Airport (Vietnam) Noi Bai International Airport (Vietnam) Soekarno–Hatta International Airport (Indonesia) Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport (India) Indira Gandhi International Airport (India)
  • 21. Spokes (china-hk) Shanghai Pudong International Airport Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport Xiamen Gaoqi International Airport Hangzhou Xiaoshan International Airport Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport Shenyang Taoxian International Airport Dalian Zhoushuizi International Airport Qingdao Liuting International Airport Chengdu Shuangliu International Airport Hong Kong International Airport
  • 22. Spokes (usa, canada, hawaii) Washington Dulles International Airport John F. Kennedy International Airport (New York) O'Hare International Airport (Chicago) Seattle–Tacoma International Airport San Francisco International Airport San Jose International Airport (California)
  • 23. classe of service
  • 24. first class service (international flights)
  • 25. first class service (international flights)
  • 26. first class service (international flights)
  • 27. first class service (international flights)
  • 28. business class service
  • 29. business class service
  • 30. premium economy class service
  • 31. premium economy class service
  • 32. premium economy class service
  • 33. economy class service
  • 34. economy class service
  • 35. economy class service
  • 36. Globa distribution system
  • 37. Sabre Qik Solution QIK (Qantas Intelligent Keypad) is an intelligent airline agent application first developed in the late 1980s as a front end to mainframe computer reservations systems. The Q.I.K. acronym was derived from its use of a separate keypad attached to the keyboard.
  • 38. Sabre Qik Solution All Nippon Airways (ANA) will implement the Sabre Qik Solution to improve efficiency, cut costs, and enhance the customer and staff experience. This technology is also powerful and flexible enough to support airlines such as ANA who use reservations systems from other technology providers. But On 2015, it will completely migrate to Altéa.
  • 39. Altéa Costumer Management Solution Offers full reservation, inventory and departure control capabilities, and delivers a uniquely integrated solution. Will automate ANA’s entire customer management process, streamlining the passenger travel experience from beginning to end while also simplifying check-in, will be able to book passengers on alternative flights or re-book those passengers affected by disruption with the simple click of a button.
  • 40. ytohua!n! k:)