AirAsia Japan, the joint venture between AirAsia and All Nippon Airways (ANA), plans to add Airbus A330 services to longer haul destinations from 2013, according to The Business Times. ANA applied to Japan's Legal Affairs Bureau to establish its joint venture, low-cost carrier with AirAsia in late August (ATW Daily News, Sept.1) In the application, ANA stated it expected to start operations from August 2012. The new airline plans to offer services to Thailand, Indonesia and ...

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