Traveling in All Nippon Airways (ANA) business class cabin provides you with excellent amenities and a long list of extras. Business class cabin amenities are geared toward helping you relax and unwind on the way to your destination. These amenities guarantee privacy, comfort, and great service during your flight. Business class benefits begin at the airport with All Nippon Airways offering priority lanes for business class travelers at check-in and through security. These lanes are fast-tracked and move quickly.
All Nippon Airways main international hub airports are Narita International Airport (NRT) and Kansai International Airport (KIX). All Nippon Airways domestic hub airports are Tokyo International Airport (HND), Osaka International Airport (ITM), Chubu Centrair International Airport (NGO), and New Chitose Airport (CTS). The carrier offers lounges for first class and business class travelers at many international airports. Check the All Nippon Airways website for a complete list of business class amenities offered at each airport location.
All Nippon Airways lounges offer hot meals, quick bites, shower facilities, bar areas, a buffet of snacks, and a long list of beverages (including alcohol). There is an assortment of areas where you can sit down and relax. You will find travelers recharging their electronic devices at these lounges, enjoying a meal, or having a drink before their flight. The lounges are staffed by attendants who can keep track of any changes to your gate or boarding time for you. There are also workspaces where you can finish up a project or collaborate with a colleague. The lounges are a great benefit of business class travel.
Inflight Business Class Amenities:
Business class passengers receive preboarding privileges and enjoy well-appointed business class cabins offering luxurious amenities and many extras that make the travel experience more pleasant. The seats in business class feature a “lie-flat” design and converts into a comfortable bed. The seat is adjustable and can be set to your preferred angle. All Nippon Airways offer a staggered seat arrangement which provides aisle access from every seat.
Each seat in business class has plenty of space and a large table with a reading light, USB port, universal power port, and a widescreen touch-panel monitor. Inflight entertainment includes movies, television programs, games, and app access. A noise-canceling headset is provided for your personal use. The business class seats come with a bed pad, comforter, pillow, and full bed linens so you can sleep comfortably during your flight.
Business class cabins with these amenities are offered on All Nippon Airways aircraft including theB787-9, B787-8, B777-300ER, B767-300ER, B767-300ER, B737-700, and the A320-200neo. Aircraft and cabin configurations vary and can change without prior notice. Passengers can check the All Nippon website for exact amenities offered and aircraft configurations.
Meals in the business class cabin are prepared by award-winning chefs from around the world. The dining options include several different menus featuring traditional Japanese dishes and gourmet meals from around the world. All Nippon Airways accommodates dietary restrictions and special requests as well. Meals feature main courses, delicious side dishes, snacks, and desserts. Alcohol is included with your business class ticket and a well-curated wine list is provided as well as sake, coffee, and tea.
All Nippon Airways offers flights to most major international cities.
Here are some of their most popular flights:
Tokyo, Japan Narita (NRT) to Osaka International Airport (ITM)
Tokyo, Japan Narita (NRT) to Houston International Airport (IAH)
Tokyo, Japan Narita (NRT) to Los Angeles International Airport (LAX)
Tokyo, Japan Narita (NRT) to Chicago O’Hare International Airport (ORD)
Tokyo, Japan Narita (NRT) to New York International Airport (JFK)
Tokyo, Japan Narita (NRT) to Sydney International Airport (SYD)
Tokyo, Japan Narita (NRT) to Brussels International Airport (BRU)
Tokyo, Japan Narita (NRT) to Paris International Airport (CDG)
Tokyo, Japan Narita (NRT) to Munich International Airport (MUC)
Tokyo, Japan Narita (NRT) to Mexico City International Airport (MEX)
About All Nippon
All Nippon Airways or ANA is one of the two main carriers in Japan. It was established in 1952 by the Government of Japan. It is Japan’s largest airline with more than 250 airplanes and serves 50 million passengers a year. ANA’s largest competitor is Japan Airlines. It is one of only nine airlines to hold Skytrax’s five-star designation which is their highest rating. They fly to 49 different airports in Japan and have 32 international routes to places like the United States, Canada, Germany, France, UK, and Asia. They fly a wide variety of Airbus and Boeing planes. Besides their five-star ranking, they have been ranked in the Top 10 best airlines for the last three consecutive years. They have a 7 out of 7 safety ranking. They are part of the Star Alliance network which they joined in 1999.
All Nippon Airways was the first airline to launch the Boeing 787 Dreamliner. They created a “Let’s Do Japan” campaign allowing visitors to create their own Japanese manga personality and learn about Japan. ANA is hoping to attract U.S. consumers with this campaign. Another feature of the website allows users to learn more about Japanese culture and traditions.
ANA is the eighth largest airline in the world for revenues and the largest in Japan. ANA has 33,000 employees and operates just over 1,000 flights a day. They have more than 24 million members in their frequent flyer program which is called ANA Mileage Club. ANA was voted the Airline of the Year in 2013 by Air Transport World Magazine.
In addition to the ANA brand, All Nippon Airways has several subsidiary passenger carriers including its regional airline ANA Wings and charter carrier called Air Japan. They also own a low-cost carrier called Air Do which flies from Tokyo and cities in Hokkaido. Another low-cost carrier they own is Vanilla Air which focuses on resort destinations like Honolulu. They offer a carrier service and a joint venture with Sojitz for private jet charter flights.
For more information on business class cabin amenities onboard All Nippon Airways flights, check the All Nippon website or consult with your travel agents. Amenities and business class seats vary based on aircraft, destination, and season.