ANA to Connect Japan and Cambodia with Direct Flight

All Nippon Airways will be the first airline with a direct link between Japan and Cambodia when it introduces a daily Tokyo Narita-Phnom Penh operation later this year. Set for a September 1 launch date, the carrier will be operating its Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner for the route, which will seat 42 passengers in business class and 198 economy-class passengers. The flight will be departing Tokyo at 10:50 a.m. and landing in Phnom Penh at 3:10 p.m., while a return flight is set to take off at 10:50 p.m. and touch down in Tokyo at 6:45 a.m. the next day.

For more information, visit ANA. 

Share this Article

Related Posts

Nok Air Returns to India

Its newest destination is the southern city of Hyderabad, known for its built heritage and royal cui...

Cathay Pacific Releases February 2023 Traffic Figures

The Hong Kong–based legacy carrier has continued on its upward trajectory seen at the start of the...

Qantas Points are Now Usable on All China Airlines Flights

An expanded partnership with the Taipei-based carrier gives Australia residents even more options wh...

Qantas Reveals First- and Business-Class Cabins for “Project Sunrise”

Designed from the ground up, the next-generation A350 suites come with even more creature comforts.

Bringing Thailand’s Charm to the Skies

Thai Airways delivers hospitality from the heart while celebrating the rich culture of its home coun...

Cathay Pacific is Giving Away 80,000 Tickets in Southeast Asia

The airline is working with Hong Kong’s tourism board to entice international travelers back to th...