I'm curious about the potential Japanese route. NGO would be the logical next market from SFO if they were to add a new flight, no? how much demand is there for that?
San Jose, CA-based Western Digital owns manufacturing facilities with Kioxia near Nagoya in Yokkaichi, Japan.
Toyota, which is headquartered in the city of Toyota in Greater Nagoya, has its North American headquarters in Plano, TX.
Buffalo Technology, which is headquartered in Nagoya, has its North American headquarters in Austin, TX.
Brother Industries, which is headquartered in Nagoya, has its North American headquarters on the New Jersey side of the NYC metro area in Bridgewater, NJ.
Nagoya-based Makita has its North American headquarters in La Mirada, California in Greater Los Angeles.
NH currently only has 1 daily nonstop to NGO from HND, and NH will be resuming NRT-NGO nonstop service on 10/30/2022 (with only 1 daily nonstop in each direction on NRT-NGO).
There might possibly be a market for UA SFO-NGO nonstop service with the connecting feed that UA would have onto SFO-NGO from places such as AUS/DFW/LAX/EWR.
There would also be some connecting opportunities onto NH NGO-OKA from UA SFO-NGO flights if UA adds SFO-NGO nonstop service, and there are some Americans who do connect to OKA with the U.S. military bases that are there on Okinawa Island.