Wealthy Japanese flying private in greater numbers, ANA says
Apr 12, 2021
Wealthy people in Japan are turning to private jets in greater numbers as they seek to eschew crowded airports amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
The push means that ANA Holdings Inc.’s private jet charter business is expecting sales of ¥1 billion in the 2022 fiscal year, Jun Katagiri, the chief executive officer of ANA Business Jet Inc., said last week. ANA Business Jet is owned jointly by ANA and trading company Sojitz Corp.
avoid and stay away from deliberately
From Middle English eschewen, from Anglo-Norman eschiver, (三人称 present eschiu), from Frankish *skiuhan (“to dread, shun, avoid”).
・The British company's recently announced joint venture with a Japanese company is part of its push to cultivate the Japanese market. : そのイギリスの企業が最近発表した日本企業との合弁事業は、日本市場開拓の動きの一環である。