An analysis of schedule data by ch-aviation has shown that ANA – All Nippon Airways has outlined its provisional A321-200(SL) operational plans.
Effective November 15, the first of the four aircraft on order will be deployed on flights to Hiroshima, Takamatsu and Kagoshima from its Tokyo Haneda hub.
After the airline will take delivery of the second aircraft of the type on November 17, it will be deployed on Miyazaki and Hiroshima return flights, with an additional Osaka Kansai service on Sundays.
Other flights that will be operated by the A321 starting in December include: Oita, Saga, Okayama, Kumamoto, Komatsu, Yonago, Tokushima and Kochi, while Osaka Itami and Matsuyama will be added in January.
ANA had last operated the A321-200 in 2008, with seven aircraft in service. Aside from the four A321ceos it is receiving, the Japanese airline has twenty-six A321neo on order.