All Nippon Airways Co (ANA) will select partners to establish a new LCC as early as next month (Nikkei, 02-Aug-2010). ANA may take a stake of between 30% and 50% in the new company, with overseas airlines and investment funds owning slightly less than 30%, according to reports. The airline will be established as early as 2011.
ANA seeks overseas partners to launch LCC as early as 2011
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Leaders of North Asia’s low cost carriers (LCCs) will gather in Narita on Jun-7/8 for CAPA’s North Asia LCC Summit.
Hosted by Narita Airport, the Summit marks 12 years of CAPA’s flagship series of LCC events in Asia and marks CAPA’s second return to Japan.
Featuring over 40 speakers, including senior executives from all of North Asia's LCCs, and with simultaneous translation in English, Japanese, Korean and Mandarin, the Summit will explore the commercial drivers for LCC growth in this region, as the market opens.
North Asia has yet to experience the rapid expansion of LCCs that has occurred in Southeast Asia - but that is changing quickly.
CAPA LCCs in North Asia Summit: Osaka, 13/14-Jun-2017 to be hosted by Kansai Airports
OSAKA, 22 September 2016 – CAPA - Centre for Aviation is pleased to announce that Osaka will be the host city for the annual CAPA LCCs in North Asia Summit on 13-14 June 2017.
The Summit, to be hosted by Kansai Airports, is one of the largest LCC gatherings in the region, attracting LCC CEOs from across Asia.
“Kansai International Airport as the gateway to Kansai region welcomes the CAPA LCCs in North Asia Summit in Osaka. We are extremely proud that this Summit will be hosted by Kansai Airports with the opportunity to introduce the attractiveness of the Kansai Region. For several years the LCC market has been on strong growth at KIX, where we have the number one LCC network among Japanese airports. We are really delighted to host this event in 2017 since our LCC Terminal extension will be completed by the first quarter next year”, said Yoshiyuki Yamaya, Representative Director and CEO, Kansai Airports, and Emmanuel Menanteau, Representative Director and Co-CEO, Kansai Airports.