After the Great East Japan earthquake and the subsequent tsunami and nuclear power disaster, All Nippon Airways executives were faced with a 20% year-over-year drop on domestic routes. Without any government assistance, ANA swiftly made finely tuned adjustments to its capacity and moved up cost-cutting plans so it could not only adapt to the rapidly changed environment, but also could continue with its international expansion plans, such as launching new Haneda-Frankfurt, ...

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