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ANA and Peach Aviation Launch Codeshare Partnership
Updated: Oct 15, 2021
All Nippon Airways (ANA) will begin a codeshare partnership with their Peach Aviation Limited subsidiary. The codeshare will launch in August allowing customers to purchase Peach flights through ANA and exchange ANA mileage for Peach points.
On Wednesday (June 2, 2021), All Nippon Airways (ANA) announced the launch of a codeshare partnership with their Peach Aviation Limited subsidiary. The codeshare will start in August 2021, allowing customers to purchase Peach flights through ANA channels. Additionally, customers will now be able to exchange ANA mileage for Peach Points. Ticket sales will open in early August, for flights from late August. The agreement will help ANA reach new markets and improve its business model as the carrier prepares for the post-pandemic recovery period. The codeshared routes will be operated by Peach Aviation and serviced with Airbus A320s.
In Wednesday’s announcement, All Nippon Airways’ Senior Vice President, Juichi Hirasawa, said,
“ANA is excited to expand our customer service options and reach new markets by offering codeshare flights with Peach Aviation.”
Also commenting on the new codeshare partnership, ANA’s SVP – Customer Experience Management & Planning, Junko Yazawa, added,
“By combining our resources, both companies will be better equipped to provide travelers with more choices and the flexibility they need when traveling. Since this partnership allows for passengers to accumulate ANA miles when travelling with Peach Aviation, it will also help open up new opportunities.”
Founded in 1952, ANA serves 82 international and 118 domestic destinations from their dual Tokyo hubs at Narita and Haneda airports. The carrier has been a Star Alliance partner since 1999 and currently has joint partnerships with United Airlines, Lufthansa, SWISS and Austrian Airlines. The ANA Group also owns Japanese low-cost carrier (LCC) Peach Aviation Limited. ANA has approximately 43,000 employees and operates a fleet of 260 aircraft. Additionally, the carrier was the launch customer and is the largest operator of the Boeing 787 Dreamliner Family of aircraft.
Source: All Nippon Airways