ANA said it is considering establishing Tokyo Narita and Haneda as dual international hubs as it looks to expand its international network in coming years with the expected shrinking of the domestic market. "Japan doesn't have a real hub like Seoul Incheon or Shanghai Pudong," VP-Network Planning Shuichi Fujimura told ATWOnline in Tokyo this week. "I want to change this so that Tokyo can compete with other hubs in the region. If we do nothing, we will lose passengers." He explained that the ...

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