Two ANA Group Companies Involved in Exam Cheating at Haneda Airport Ramp

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ANA Holdings has disclosed that two of its group companies were involved in misconduct during the driving license examinations within the ramp area at Haneda Airport.

Both All Nippon Airways (ANA) and ANA Airport Services had employees who consulted textbooks while answering the exam questions. Those who retook the exam under proper conditions set by the supervising authorities and passed are now engaged in driving operations.

At ANA, between August 2022 and February 2024, during the online examinations, six candidates and one supervisor mistakenly believed that it was permitted to consult vehicle safe driving textbooks while taking the exam, leading to their involvement in malpractice.

At ANA Airport Services, between February and December 2023, during the online examinations, misconduct occurred among 72 candidates and two supervisors, following some exam supervisors’ instructions to candidates allowing the consultation of textbooks.

ANA Holdings has stated, “We sincerely apologize for causing such an incident. We will ensure proper examination procedures to regain your trust.”

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