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All Nippon Airways is a national airline from Japan that was established in 1952. Today, All Nippon Airways operates flights to 165 destinations, consisting of 111 domestic and 52 international destinations. This Japanese airline has been awarded with the Five Stars World Airline Rating for five consecutive years. All Nippon Airways is a part of Star Alliance. The airline offers four types of flight classes: Economy Class, Premium Economy Class, Business Class, and First Class.
All Nippon Airways’ Economy Class service is available on all its Boeing and Airbus aircraft. Every seat in the Economy Class is equipped with a 9-inch advanced touch-panel LCD, a spacious 86 cm legroom, a universal PC power source, USB ports and a footrest to keep the passengers well rested during the flight. One of the excellent features that passengers will get from the Economy Class service is the in-flight entertainment. All Nippon Airways has equipped all of its aircraft with Full Digital AVOD, which offers a great selection of movies, music, e-books, games and Sky Live TV.
Since March 2016, the Premium Economy and Economy Class services have been renewed to create an even more enjoyable journey for passengers. The in-flight meal service is included in this renewal. All Nippon Airways offers greater variety of menu to passengers in the Economy and Premium Economy classes. Passengers can enjoy such delicacies as sparkling wine, soup, mini soba, ramen and udon noodles. These menus are offered according to the flight route.
As an upgraded version of the Economy Class, All Nippon Airways’ Premium Economy Class provides more spacious seats with a distance of approximately 49 cm between seats. Each seat is equipped with a USB port and a universal PC power socket. During the flight, passengers can enjoy a range of in-flight entertainment using a noise-cancelling headphone. The in-flight entertainment system includes movies, TV shows, games and e-books, among others.
On any flights departing from Japan, the airline’s Premium Economy Class serves a lineup of the most popular menus as chosen by the airline’s customers in the In-Flight Meal General Election 2016. All Nippon Airways also works together with seasoning maker and restaurant KAYANOYA to serve passengers with soups made from Japan-sourced vegetables. Premium Economy Class passengers can also enjoy more exclusive selections, such as sparkling wine, champagne, sake, ramen and udon.
The Business Class seats can be reclined to a 180-degree fully flat position. Located on the aisle side, passengers do not have to worry about disturbing or being disturbed by other passengers. Each side is equipped with a big table, a special shoe rack, a personal compartment, a universal PC power socket, a USB port, a 17-inch touch screen monitor, and a “Do Not Disturb” lamp that the passengers can turn on whenever they want to rest without disruptions. Each Business Class passenger will get an amenity kit consisting of a toothbrush set, a mouthwash, a face and body sheet, an eye mask, earplugs, a face and hand cream, and a comb. All Nippon Airways also provides knitwear and foot roller from Neal’s Yard, a British seller of organic health and beauty products.
There are three types of menu in All Nippon Airways Business Class: Japanese cuisine, international cuisine and local Japanese specialties. Each menu is created by professional chefs from famous restaurants, such as Joachim Splichal from Patina and Pierre Herme from Paris. All Nippon Airways has also teamed up with Ned Goodwin and Katshuhito to offer the best wine selection, and with Kazuhiko Ota to serve the best Japanese sake. Additionally, it offers a great selection of champagne, such as Champagne Canard Duchêne Cuvêe Leonie Brut, Château Blaignan from France, and Matahiwi Estate Sauvignon Blanc from New Zealand.
Each First Class seat is designed as a square compartment with high-panel walls to provide the ultimate privacy and comfort. First Class passengers get to enjoy a wide variety of entertainment through a 23-inch touch screen LCD using a digital noise-canceling headphone in their own space, which is equipped with two personal LED lamps, an adjustable table, a cocktail table, a premium headset, a personal satellite international phone, a compartment for shoes and clothes, an additional compartment under the seat, a universal PC power socket and a USB port. Passengers are also provided with The Ginza cosmetics, which consists of an energizing lotion, a moisturizing emulsion, a creamy cleansing foam, four facial cotton pads, a toothbrush set, an eye mask, and earplugs.
The in-flight meal service in First Class is similar with that in Business Class, which consists of international and Japanese cuisines. However, All Nippon Airways has teamed up with another expert in serving drinks to First Class passengers. The airline has appointed Andrea Illy, one of the best coffee specialists in the world, to pick the best coffee to serve during onboard. Besides coffee, passengers can also enjoy green tea, which is served in porcelain cups, just like in Japan.
As a reward for all its loyal passengers, All Nippon Airways offers a frequent flyer program called ANA Mileage Club. This program allows passengers to earn points from flying with All Nippon Airways and from purchasing products from the airline’s partners. When the points have been accumulated to reach a certain level, passengers can redeem them for free flight tickets and other beneficial awards. Before starting to collect points, passengers are required to register as a member through www.ana.co.jp, and then choose the option ANA Mileage Club registration.
All Nippon Airways provides an airport lounge service to all passengers flying in Premium Economy, Business and First Classes, and to the registered members of ANA Mileage Club, ANA Super Flyer’s card and Star Alliance Gold. This facility comes in several types, such as ANA Suite Lounge, ANA Lounge and ANA Arrival Lounge. All airport lounges are equipped with televisions, newspapers, magazines, flight monitors, a WiFi connection, a smoking area, a great selection of food and alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, a spa service, private rooms, printers and copiers.
The uniform of the female attendants of All Nippon Airways is simple yet elegant. A light gray blazer is thrown over a blouse which comes in blue or pink and features blue or black accent along the collar and button line. The blazer and blouse are paired with a dark gray fitted skirt, a pair of black stockings and a pair of high heels. A scarf in a color similar with the blouse is tied around the neck. The male flight attendants, on the other hand, wear a white shirt, a blue tie and trousers in dark color.
Max. 10 kg (Dimension: 55 x 40 x 25 cm)
2 pcs (max. 23 kg/pc) (Dimension: max. 158 cm)
Premium Economy Class
2 pcs (max. 32 kg/pc) (Dimension: max. 158 cm)
3 pcs (max. 32 kg/pc) (Dimension: max. 158 cm)
Please find the check-in time for all All Nippon Airways flights on the table below. Check-in time may vary if your flight is operated by a partner airline. Please check your e-ticket to ensure.
Recommended Check-in Time
Check-in Time Limit
2 hours before departure
1 hour before departure
Online check-in is also available for All Nippon Airways flights. Please follow the steps below.
In general, refunds are permitted for personal reasons (self-cancellation, sickness, pregnancy, or death of a passenger), cancellation/rescheduling by the airline, force majeure, or double booking. However, different airlines have different policies regarding acceptable refund reasons. Please visit All Nippon Airways Refund Policy for a complete information on refund.
You can easily change your flight schedule and itinerary using Easy Reschedule. Some airlines allow changes to date, time, route, and airline, while some only allow changes to date and time.
Please refer to All Nippon Airways Reschedule Terms & Conditions to find the complete guide to rescheduling your flight. If your flight is not eligible for Easy Reschedule, please contact All Nippon Airways directly to reschedule.
All Nippon Airways (IATA code: NH) is a national airline that is based in Tokyo, Japan. It was formerly known as Nippon Helicopter and Aeroplane, which was established in 1952. Today, All Nippon Airways operates flights to 111 domestic and 54 international destinations. The airline has received the 5-Star World Airline Rating from Skytrax for five consecutive years. Other prestigious awards that All Nippon Airways have achieved include Best On-time Performance in Network-Global Airlines and Lowest Global Cancellation among Global Carriers in 2012, World’s Best Cabin Cleanliness from Skytrax, and Best Airline Cuisine. In operating its flight service, All Nippon Airways offers four types of flight classes, which are Economy Class, Premium Economy Class, Business Class and First Class. Each seat in every class in equipped with a power socket, a USB port, a footrest, and in-flight entertainment. All passengers will also get an in-flight meal service, but with different menu on each class. The meal quality, however, is not something to worry about. Some of the menus are served by professional chefs from Japan, France and the United States. Business Class and First Class passengers have access to the All Nippon Airways airport lounges at domestic airports and to the Star Alliance lounges. Each seat in the Business Class cabin can be reclined to a 180-degree fully flat position. The seats are located on the aisle side, allowing passengers to sleep, eat, relax and enjoy some in-flight entertainment without any disturbance. Passengers get a complimentary kit of skin care products from Neal’s Yard Remedies onboard and a baggage allowance of 32 kg. The baggage must not be larger than 158 cm. First Class passengers get a complimentary Samsonite kit containing products from The Ginza Cosmetics. Each seat is designed as a square compartment with high-panel walls to provide the ultimate privacy and comfort. First Class passengers get to enjoy in-flight entertainment through a 23-inch touch screen LCD using a noise-cancelling headphone. First Class passengers also get to bring a maximum of three pieces of baggage, each weighing not more than 32 kg. Meanwhile, passengers in Economy and Premium Economy Class get a maximum baggage allowance of 23 kg with a maximum dimension of 158 cm. All passengers are required to check-in at least 60 minutes before their flight schedule and arrive at the boarding gate at least 30 minutes before departure. The check-in process can also be accessed via the All Nippon Airways website www.ana.co.jp by submitting the reservation number and full name. Online check-in is available from 24 hours to 30 minutes before domestic departure, and from 24 hours to 75 minutes before international departure. Passengers who are members of the All Nippon Airways frequent flyer program must present their ANA Card or ANA Mileage Club to earn points or miles. The accumulated points can be redeemed for free flight tickets, special products, or discounts from All Nippon Airways partners. If the passengers want to join as a member, they can visit www.ana.co.jp and choose which membership card they want to have.
The journey of All Nippon Airways (ANA) began on 27 December 1952. Its first flight service, however, was operated in February 1953 using a helicopter. That is why ANA was formerly known as Nippon Helicopter and Aeroplane (NH). On 15 December 1953, NH started its first cargo carriage from Osaka to Tokyo using de Havilland Dove aircraft, JA 5008. The flight became the first flight operated by a Japanese pilot after World War II. ANA operated its first passenger carriage on 1 February 1954, using a de Havilland Heron aircraft. In 1955, NH began to operate its flight service using Douglas DC-3 with a route expansion from Northern Kyushu to Sapporo. ANA experienced a growth spur throughout the 1960s. In 1961, ANA added the Vickers Visvount aircraft and the Fokker F27 to its fleet. A year later, ANA merged with Fujita Airline, raising the company’s capital to ¥4.65 billion. In 1965, ANA introduced jets Boeing 727 to serve the Tokyo – Sapporo route. Still in the same year, ANA became the first Japanese airline to operate a homegrown turboprop aircraft, the YS-11, which replaced the Convair 440 aircraft, to serve domestic routes. Years later in 1969, ANA started using Boeing 737 aircraft. In the period of 1964 – 1973, ANA began using jets. In May 1964, ANA started using Boeing 727 and Boeing 727-100 aircraft — the first jets that it owned. At the time, more than 1,000 aircraft had been sold and used around the world. In 1969, ANA introduced the Boeing 737-200 aircraft and its services. Throughout time, ANA has continued to operate its flight using Boeing aircraft. Today, the airline owns 179 aircraft in its fleet, which consists of 16 Boeing 737-700 aircraft, two Boeing 737-700 ER aircraft, 17 Boeing 737-800 aircraft, 29 Boeing 767-300 aircraft, 26 Boeing 767-300ER aircraft, 16 Boeing 777-200 aircraft, nine Boeing 777-200ER aircraft, seven Boeing 777-300 aircraft, 22 Boeing 777-300ER aircraft, 35 Boeing 787-8 aircraft and nine Boeing 787-9 aircraft. While its domestic flight service was growing, until 1986, ANA’s international flight service had been limited to providing charter flights to nearby countries. Nevertheless, soon enough on 3 March 1986, ANA operated a scheduled international flight from Guam to Tokyo. Flights to Los Angeles and Washington D.C. followed at the end of the year. ANA then also signed a service agreement with American Airlines to feed the US carrier’s new flights to Narita. With the slogan of “Inspiration for Japan”, today, ANA employs 20,000 people. The airline’s main hubs are Narita International Airport and Kansai International Airport, while its domestic hubs are Tokyo International Airport, Osaka International Airport, Centrair Chubu International Airport and New Chitose Airport. The airline, which has received the 5-Star World Airline Rating award from Skytrax for five consecutive years, flies to 111 domestic and 54 international destinations.
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