MIA Continues Talking To All Nippon Airways About A Nonstop Flight To Tokyo

Miami International Airport is still pushing for the first nonstop flight to Asia.

This week, ANA Executive Vice President Toyoyuki Nagamine visited the airport and met with officials to discuss a potential nonstop passenger flight to Tokyo.

This is the second visit from representatives of ANA this year.

ANA owns Miami-based Pan Am International Flight Academy, which they purchased in 2013 for $140 million.

 

 

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