Japan’s largest airline, ANA, will connect Japan with Cambodia thanks to a new service that will start in its summer schedule for 2016. In addition to new services on the Narita-Wuhan route from April 28, ANA will launch flights linking Narita and Phnom Penh, the capital of Cambodia, on September 1. When the flights launched to Phnom Penh, it will be the only direct air service between Japan and Cambodia.
With this new service, Cambodia becomes the eighth country served by ANA in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), which is enjoying explosive economic growth.
Celebrating the 30th anniversary of our first regular international services in 2016, ANA continues to expand the ANA network for the convenience of its customers. The new services to Phnom Penh will meet increasing business travel demand. Companies around the world are eying the rapidly emerging Cambodian market, drawn to Phnom Penh as a manufacturing center and the country as a high-potential market for their products and services.
This year also marks the 60th anniversary of the conclusion of a friendship treaty between Japan and Cambodia. By launching the first direct flights from Japan, ANA aims to contribute to the further development of friendly relations and bring the world closer to the dynamic Cambodia market.