Tourism   Business Competitiveness          Hiromichi Toya                                     0    ALL NIPPON AIRWAYS (ANA)
The Composition of Travel & Tourism Competitive Index, 2011                                                              1
The Composition of Travel & Tourism Competitive Index, 2011               Brazil                                          ...
Brazil’s Advantage               Brazil                                          Japan                                   2...
Japan’s Advantage                      Brazil                                             Japan                           ...
Affinity for Travel & Tourism / Policy Rules and Regulations           Brazil                       Japan                 ...
Data between Japan and BrazilPeople Visiting CY2010 (CY2009)                      Ot s                                    ...
World Natural & Cultural Heritage Sites in Japan                                                                          ...
The Roles Airlines should Play                                   Contribute to                                facilitation...
Thank You            9
Facts & Figures        as of the end of March 2011)                                                     Aircraft   Number ...
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Tourism and Business Competitiveness - All Nippon Airways (ANA) - Hiromichi Toya

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Presented during the XIV Brazil-Japan Joint Economic Committee Meeting, that took place in the city of Salvador, in Brazil, during august 9th and 10th of 2011.

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Tourism and Business Competitiveness - All Nippon Airways (ANA) - Hiromichi Toya

  1. 1. Tourism Business Competitiveness Hiromichi Toya 0 ALL NIPPON AIRWAYS (ANA)
  2. 2. The Composition of Travel & Tourism Competitive Index, 2011 1
  3. 3. The Composition of Travel & Tourism Competitive Index, 2011 Brazil Japan 2The Travel & Tourism Competitiveness Report 2011, World Economic Forum
  4. 4. Brazil’s Advantage Brazil Japan 29 52 1 36 23 12 3The Travel & Tourism Competitiveness Report 2011, World Economic Forum
  5. 5. Japan’s Advantage Brazil Japan 42 22 116 6 70 22 4The Travel & Tourism Competitiveness Report 2011, World Economic Forum
  6. 6. Affinity for Travel & Tourism / Policy Rules and Regulations Brazil Japan 5
  7. 7. Data between Japan and BrazilPeople Visiting CY2010 (CY2009) Ot s her Transit Area 13%To Brazil 59,000 (-10%) (- Nor h Am erca t iTo Japan: 21,000 (+26%) 33%(JNTO data)Air Transport Passengers CY2010 EuropeJapan Brazil: Brazil: 67,100 27%Increasing number of the passengers transit atairports in Europe and Middle East. M i e East ddl 27%Amount of Airfreight Services (million USD: CY2010)Japan Brazil 624 (+29.4%)1.electronic measuring-instruments 2.visual & audio parts 3.optical instruments measuring-Brazil Japan 272 (+1.7%)1.aircraft 2.footwear 3.machinary (engine….) (engine… 6
  8. 8. World Natural & Cultural Heritage Sites in Japan Kyoto Settlement with Gassho- style houses, or houses with steep thatched rafter roofs, in Shirakawago Shirakami chain- Himeji-castle mountainsShiretoko Atomic bomb site of the city of Hiroshima Remains of Iwami Ginzan Temples of Nikko Silver Mine and its cultural scenery Itsukushima shrine Buddhist structures in the Horyuji Temple area Holy grounds and pilgrimage Yaku routes in Kii Sanchi Island Okinawa www.unesco.jp Nara 7
  9. 9. The Roles Airlines should Play Contribute to facilitation and liberalization of economic and cultural exchanges on an inter-regional level Contribute to stable and sustainabledevelopment on a global scale 8
  10. 10. Thank You 9
  11. 11. Facts & Figures as of the end of March 2011) Aircraft Number SeatsNumber of aircraft : 222 BOEING747-400D 11 565Number of employees: 32,578Passengers per year: 39.9 million 514 BOEING777-300 26Sales Revenue (in US$): 13.2 billion -300ER 215/247/262Number of scheduled destinations: 405 BOEING777-200 23 Domestic 53 airports 200ER 223/306 International 32 airports 270 North America: BOEING767-300 54 -300ER 202/214/270 Washington D.C. BOEING767-300F 3 Freighter New York Chicago Freighter San Francisco BOEING767-300BCF 7 Converted from passenger aircraft Los Angels Honolulu BOEING737-800 15 167/176 Europe 166 AIRBUSA320-200 28 London 200INT 110 Paris BOEING737-700 16 120 Frankfurt BOEING737-700ER 2 36/42 Munich BOEING737-500 17 126/133Daily departures: 1,054Star Alliance Member as of: October 1999 BOMBARDIER DHC- 15 74 8-400Frequent flyer programme: ANA Mileage Club BOMBARDIER DHC-(Diamond, Platinum, SuperFlyers) 8-300 5 56Hubs: Tokyo (Haneda, Narita) TOTAL 222 10

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