ANA (NH) will temporarily operate a Narita-Shanghai freighter, which is partially suspended on February 23 and 24. While freight transportation space has been significantly reduced, business activities in China are gradually resuming, and it is expected to capture the demand for transportation. ANA is currently reducing passenger traffic to mainland China by 60% and freight by 70%. In the industry as a whole, transportation space is decreasing due to successive suspensions of flights to and from China. Demand for flights arriving in Japan is still difficult to anticipate, but the company has determined that cargo originating in Japan can secure sufficient loading rates and profitability. The fares are likely to be rising, and the company plans to consider extra flights in response to demand in the month.