The codeshare agreement allows to travel smoothly and with a single ticket between Italy and Japan.
ROME – ITA Airways, the Italian national carrier, and All Nippon Airways, the largest Japanese carrier, have recently signed a codeshare agreement to connect their networks.Code share flights between Italy and Japan are now available for sale through the respective airlines’ websites, reservation systems and travel agencies.
The new commercial partnership will provide more travel opportunities for customers who will benefit from the enhanced connectivity via Rome Fiumicino and Tokyo Haneda, their respective reference hubs.
Thanks to this agreement, effective starting January 24, ITA Airways and All Nippon Airways travelers will be able to fly to their desired destination with a single ticket, checking in at the departure airport and collecting their luggage at the final destination airport.
ITA Airways will add its “AZ” code on 5 domestic Japanese destinations (Sapporo, Fukuoka, Hiroshima, Okinawa and Itami), while All Nippon Airways will apply its “NH” code on ITA Airways’
flights between Tokyo and Rome as well as on 5 destinations in Italy in connection with Rome Fiumicino Airport (Bologna, Venice, Turin, Florence, Naples). ITA and ANA are considering to further expand their cooperation by adding additional codes in the near future.
This agreement will contribute to further consolidate the economic and commercial relations between Italy and Japan and will offer Italian tourists the opportunity to broadly discover the wonders of Japan and to Japanese citizens the opportunity to easily travel to Italy, ensuring the highest standards of safety.
The partnership with All Nippon Airways is ITA Airways’ 34th codeshare agreement; a result achieved in just over two years since the Company’s inception.
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