Air Nippon Network
|Commenced operations||1 July 2002|
|Fleet size||19 aircraft|
|Destinations||See Destinations below|
|Parent company||Air Nippon|
|Headquarters||Tokyo International Airport Tokyo, Japan
Higashi-ku, Sapporo, Hokkaido
It operated feeder services for parent Air Nippon, itself a subsidiary of All Nippon Airways (ANA). Its main base was New Chitose Airport. On October 1, 2010, Air Nippon Network, Air Next and Air Central were merged and rebranded as ANA Wings.
The airline was established in May 2001 to operate Air Nippon's local feeder routes from Tokyo and Sapporo. It started operations on 1 July 2002 using three Bombardier Dash 8 aircraft. In December 2003 4 more Dash 8s joined to replace Boeing 737 aircraft operated from Osaka by Air Nippon.
Air Nippon Network had 400 employees (at March 2007).
Domestic destinations included:
- Hakodate (Hakodate Airport)
- Kushiro (Kushiro Airport)
- Memanbetsu (Memanbetsu Airport)
- Nakashibetsu (Nakashibetsu Airport)
- Sapporo (New Chitose Airport)
- Wakkanai (Wakkanai Airport)
- Hyōgo Prefecture
- Osaka International Airport is partly in Hyōgo Prefecture and partly in Osaka Prefecture
- Osaka Prefecture
International destinations included
The Air Nippon Network fleet consisted of the following aircraft (as of June 2008):
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