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¥259.20
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¥258.10
Day High
¥259.20
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¥257.80
52 Week High
07/31/14 - ¥261.10
52 Week Low
10/31/13 - ¥202.00
Market Cap
909.3B
Average Volume 10 Days
11.3M
EPS TTM
¥8.32
Shares Outstanding
3.5B
EX-Date
03/27/15
P/E TM
31.1x
Dividend
¥4.00
Dividend Yield
1.16%
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ana holdings inc (9202) Details

ANA Holdings Inc., together with its subsidiaries, provides passenger and cargo transportation services in Japan and internationally. The company offers in-flight food purchasing, aircraft ground handling, and express shipping services, as well as airport customer services for other airlines; outsources reservation and information services, aircraft ground handling, and facility managements; and leases offices and warehouses. It is also engaged in the sale of airlines tickets; development of computer reservation system terminal; purchasing of software and aircraft-related products; and outsourcing of information systems maintenance and administration services. The company provides passenger services through 1,068 flights on 132 routes daily in Japan and 828 flights weekly on 48 routes internationally, as well as 11 freighter flights on 7 routes daily in Japan and 162 freighter flights on 18 routes weekly internationally. As of March 31, 2013, it operated 230 aircraft. The company was formerly known as All Nippon Airways Co., Ltd. and changed its name to ANA Holdings Inc. in April 2013. The company was founded in 1952 and is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan.

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ana holdings inc (9202) Key Developments

All Nippon Airways and Lufthansa Cargo AG Announce Joint Venture

All Nippon Airways and Lufthansa Cargo AG will launch a strategic air cargo joint venture on routes between Japan and Europe and vice versa. This is the first worldwide cargo joint venture of its kind. ANA has received antitrust immunity, approval for the joint venture from the Japanese Ministry of Land Infrastructure and Transport after filing for it in spring 2014. In addition, the joint venture has been positively assessed by external counsel for compliance with relevant EU antitrust regulations. Now ANA and Lufthansa Cargo can jointly manage activities covered by the joint venture including network planning, pricing, sales and handling on all routes between Japan and Europe and vice versa. Based on a joint contract which shall be signed in the next weeks, the two carriers aim to introduce the joint approach on shipments originating from Japan to Europe in winter 2014-2015 and for shipments from Europe to Japan mid 2015. The joint venture will benefit customers by generating a greater selection of routings and a wider range of service options. Customers will especially profit from a larger and faster network with more direct flights, more destinations and more frequencies. By their moving under one roof at major stations, such as the airports Narita and Nagoya in Japan and Dusseldorf and Frankfurt in Germany, customers will enjoy the services of both airlines at a single location. On the passenger side Lufthansa and ANA build on a longstanding relationship as both companies are part of the Star Alliance network, the leading global airline network. Additionally, Lufthansa and ANA also launched a joint venture in 2012 on routes between Japan and Europe, allowing the two carriers to bring substantial benefits to passengers by creating a more efficient and comprehensive service across their networks. Complementary, with this new cargo joint venture, ANA Group and Lufthansa Group will bring their customers even more new values on air transportation services.

Schenker AG Claims Damages from Air France, KLM, Martinair, Cargolux, Qantas, SAS and All Nippon Airways

Schenker AG has filed a complaint in New York federal court claiming damages from Air France, KLM, Martinair, Cargolux, Qantas, SAS and All Nippon Airways. Schenker AG alleges that the defendants illegally conspired to fix fuel and security surcharges for airfreight shipments from, to and within the United States beginning in 1999 until at least 2006. The exact amount of the damages suffered by Schenker AG and its affiliated companies has not yet been determined. In the proceedings initiated by the US Department of Justice, all the defendants named in the Schenker AG complaint entered into guilty pleas and accepted significant penalties. Also in the United States, a number of air cargo carriers have entered into settlement agreements both with class action plaintiffs and individual claimants in order to avoid protracted civil lawsuits. Schenker AG opted out of the settlement agreements entered into by the named defendants in connection with the class action lawsuit.

ANA Upgrades Flight Schedule

ANA is upgrading its flight schedule for the second half of fiscal 2014, in order to capture the increasing demand for Asian air travel and capitalize on the expansion of Haneda Airport. ANA has significantly expanded its international network at Haneda Airport this spring and improved its connectivity as a hub airport, both for domestic and international flights. ANA has also expanded its network at Narita Airport, in order to respond to the increasing demand for connections between Asia and North America, and the flight schedule for Narita Airport is updated accordingly. ANA is also making changes to increase capacity on its cargo network. ANA now provides a more convenient service for passengers, making it easier for customers to travel through Japan and connect with ANA's extensive domestic and international network. In response to significant demand for flights to Japan, ANA is introducing new aircraft to routes between Asia and China, such as Tokyo (Haneda)- Taipei (Song Shan), Tokyo (Haneda)- Seoul (Gimpo) and Tokyo (Narita) - Shanghai. Whilst ANA is currently operating the 787-9 on domestic routes only, two more planes are scheduled for delivery before the end of fiscal 2014 and are planned to be introduced on international routes in spring 2015. In order to maintain the most efficient supply/demand balance, ANA is reducing the number of flights it operates between Narita and Chengdu from October 26, 2014. ANA is increasing the capacity of its air cargo flights in order to meet additional demand. It will introduce its tenth freighter into service and has reviewed its service routes in order to best address demand. A full freighter service will be introduced between Haneda and Okinawa, and direct flights will come into operation between Tianjin and Dalian. ANA is also increasing the number of flights on the Kansai-Okinawa route to two flights daily to expand the network for the Okinawa cargo hub.

 

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