Harman Patil

ANA and JP Express

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Destinations  3
Parent organization  All Nippon Airways
Fleet size  9
Headquarters  Tokyo, Japan
Founded  2006
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Ceased operations  2010 (merged into Air Japan)
Hubs  Narita International Airport
Focus cities  Incheon International Airport
Hub  Narita International Airport

ANA & JP Express Co., Ltd. (株式会社 ANA & JP エクスプレス, Kabushiki-gaisha Ei-enu-ei ando Jei-pī Ekusupuresu), commonly abbreviated AJV, was a cargo airline based in the Shiodome City Center in Minato, Tokyo, Japan. It operated services between Japan and South Korea, using aircraft from the All Nippon Airways fleet. Founded in 2006, the company merged into Air Japan in 2010.



The company was founded on 1 February 2006. and started operations on 2 October 2006 with the inaugurational Nagoya (Centrair) - Anchorage - Chicago (O'Hare) service.

By 1 April 2010, when the merger with Air Japan was announced, ANA & JP Express was completely owned by All Nippon Airways.

Route network

As of February 2008, AJV maintained cargo flights from Tokyo (Narita), Osaka (Kansai), and Nagoya (Centrair) to Seoul (Incheon). Earlier, trans-Pacific flights had been operated, but by 2008, ANA's trans-Pacific freight was flown by the mainline and ABX Air wet lease.


ANA & JP Express Wikipedia

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