Japan's largest air carrier, All Nippon Airways (ANA), will return with charter flights to Ljubljana and Dubrovnik from Tokyo and Osaka organized by Japan's largest tour operator, JTB Travel. The first flight from Osaka to Ljubljana is expected on the 31st of August, and the first flight from Tokyo to Ljubljana on the 14th of September.
The first charter will depart from Dubrovnik on the 7th of September 7, and on the 21st of September for Osaka. Passengers will be carried on a Boeing 787-9, which has a seating capacity for a maximum of 395 passengers.
In relation to the introduction of regular routes to Croatia and the acceptance of the Air Service Agreement between Croatia and Japan, the first round of bilateral negotiations was held in November last year. Japan's foreign minister confirmed that there is a stable demand for air connections between Croatia and Japan in the future, as does JTB Travel, Japan's largest travel company.