All Nippon Airways (ANA) operates to a wide range of international destinations.
Latest economy class benefits include good food and exciting entertainment programs. We may call it "Economy Class," but the seating is anything but. In fact, these enhanced, roomier-than-average seats (34-inch Pitch & 34-degree Recline) with footrests are just one more reason why so many travelers prefer ANA.
In Business Class they offer the Super Relax Seat which boasts a generous 50 inches of pitch and 45 degree recline, inviting you to read, sleep or just relax in total comfort.
First Class offers Fullflat Seats, a choice of gourmet Japanese or Western cuisine, the finest champagnes, wines and sake & much more. The Narita Division of ANA Catering Service Co., Ltd (President: Kenji Kimura; "ANAC") has won the FY2009 Platinum Standard Award under the International Air Transport Association's ICQA catering audit program (IATA Catering Quality Assurance) for being the best catering company worldwide in terms of food processing safety and quality, while also receiving the Golden Standard Award in the Asia-Pacific section.
Beginning Monday, March 1st, ANA Group will begin introducing women-only lavatories on ANA Group international routes (all routes excluding A320/B737 aircraft). Following numerous requests from passengers for this service, one women-only lavatory will be designated in the aft section of the passenger cabin (location may differ depending on aircraft and configuration) and will be available for use by women passengers in all classes of service.
ANA have now introduced real-time Internet and e-mail services on its Tokyo-New York route, giving passengers the chance to keep in touch with colleagues, business partners and families, or to simply surf the net, through a broadband connection to the aircraft. Passengers are able to access the Internet on their own laptops via a choice of wired or wireless connections in First Class, New Style Club ANA and Premium Economy, or via wireless in Economy class. The service will be introduced onto the Tokyo-Los Angeles route in October this year, and the Tokyo-San Francisco route in March 2006. In addition to their laptops, passengers need to provide a wireless LAN card or LAN cable to access the onboard Internet and e-mail. Seats in First Class, Club ANA and Premium Economy are equipped with universal laptop power outlets.
ANA was the first airline in Asia to introduce inflight Internet and e-mail services on November 15, 2004.
"Our hope, and goal, is that our customers take great pleasure in the luxury, comfort and excellence of our products and services, being transported to inspirational moments and places, both literal and figurative," said Shinya Katanozaka, Executive Vice President - Products and Service Strategy of ANA. "ANA embraces the challenge of constantly innovating and keeping pace with the changing tastes and preferences of our valued customers, as well as consistently exceeding their expectations."
The current ANA route map is available on the ANA site