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All Nippon Airways

All Nippon Airways

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Founded in 1952, All Nippon Airways (ANA) is the largest airline company in Japan. The carrier has an impressive route network that covers Japan, China, Korea, the USA, Asia, Europe, Canada, and Mexico. It has four hubs, among which Narita International Airport and Haneda Airport.

ANA has subsidiaries comprised of aviation maintenance, repair, and tanking; other subsidiaries serve hotels and offer package tours for ANA’s customers. As of March this year, the passenger fleet of All Nippon Airways consists of more than 240 aircraft, including Boeing and Airbus.

If you are eager to find more information concerning the carrier’s fleet, you are welcome to visit the corresponding section of the website. Thus, you will know about the airliners’ specifications, age as well as other important facts. This transport company has been a part of Star Alliance since 1999.

Potential passengers should know about the possibility to enjoy a complimentary meal and beverage service on board. Moreover, on some planes equipped with personal monitors, travelers can enjoy entertainment programs, on-demand, in all classes of service.

For example, passengers are welcome to watch even rare movies from around the world. The video programs are also enhanced and the line-up includes popular television series as well as art and theater contents. Plus, the audio programs providing travelers with relaxing time during the flights.

You can take a look at the collection of user reviews posted by real passengers of ANA. They illustrate their individual air travel experiences with the carrier, backing their stories with vivid videos and pictures.

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Did not check my bag all the way to my final destination Hanoi. Had to pick my bag and then wait until the next morning (there was a 12 hrs 30 min overlay) to check my bag. Regardless of wasting almost 2 hrs talking to different staff members got stuck with a bag and no hotel overnight.
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I took a flight from Hiroshima to Tokyo, in connection with an international flight. All formalities (except immigration) were done on Hiroshima. Big airplane (A321), half empty. Friendly staff. Beverage served on board. If we want a snack, you need to pay (reasonable prices).
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Kenji Rikitake
ANA is one of the two major operators of Japan's domestic flights, and co-hosting international flights, notably with United, Air Canada, and Lufthansa. ANA is a Star Alliance member and runs all Star Alliance lounges in Japan. ANA does NOT cover all airports in Japan though.
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Departure city Destination Round-Trip Fare
Tokyo (HND) Fukuoka (FUK) $160.19
Sapporo (CTS) Tokyo (HND) $132.26
Tokyo (HND) Sapporo (CTS) $132.51
Tokyo (HND) Naha (OKA) $151.98
Naha (OKA) Tokyo (HND) $148.43
Tokyo (HND) Kagoshima (KOJ) $175.25
Kagoshima (KOJ) Tokyo (HND) View prices
Tokyo (HND) Osaka (ITM) $155.14
Osaka (ITM) Tokyo (HND) $157
Tokyo (HND) Miyazaki (KMI) $215.32
Miyazaki (KMI) Tokyo (HND) $298.35
Kumamoto (KMJ) Tokyo (HND) $214.66
Tokyo (HND) Kumamoto (KMJ) $214.02
Tokyo (NRT) Seoul (ICN) $86.5

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