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All Nippon Airways (ANA)

Safety rating: 7/7  Rating Criteria | Safety Rating Breakdown

Product rating : 7/7  Rating Criteria
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Country of Origin: Japan  |  Airline Code: NH

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In Flight Product

Economy Class

Domestic
  • Meals and beverages provided with option to pay for more superior meals on some routes
  • Shared cabin screens for in flight entertainment on some aircraft, seat back screens or no in flight entertainment on other aircraft
  • Baggage allowance of 1 x 23kg bag
International
  • Full meals and beverages provided
  • Audio/Video On Demand and iPod connectivity available on 767s, 777s and 787s; no seat back screens on A320s and 737-700s; portable media players are available on 737-700ERs
  • Seat pitch of 34 inch on 777s and 787s; seat pitch of 31 inch on 767s; fixed shell seat design in which seat slides forward rather than reclining back on newer 777s and 787s; some 777-300 aircraft have 2-4-3 abreast seating layout to suit different sized groups wanting to sit together
  • To determine which seat type will be available on a specific flight click here
  • Power points and USB ports available
  • Blankets, pillows and amenity kits on medium to long haul flights
  • Baggage allowance of 2 x 23kg bags

Premium Economy

International
  • Available on 777s and 787 aircraft
  • Economy meal with sparkling wine offered; soup offered between meals
  • Audio/Video On Demand
  • Seat pitch of 38 inch with leg/foot rest; in seat power available. To determine which Premium Economy seat type is offered on different aircraft and routes click here
  • Blankets, pillows and amenity kit provided
  • Baggage allowance of 2 x 23kg bags

Business Class

International
  • Restaurant quality meal and beverage service
  • Audio/Video On Demand and noise canceling headphones available on 787s, 777s and 767s
  • Portable media player on 737s and A320s
  • Seat pitch of 58 inch with significant recline and extendible foot/leg rest on older style 767s and 777-200/300s and are in 2-3-2 seating configuration; seating in 2-2 configuration on single aisle aircraft; seats convert to fully lie flat beds on 787s and 777-300s in a staggered layout allowing aisle access
  • In seat power
  • Thick blanket, pillow, foot roller and amenity kit provided; pajamas supplied on long haul flights; knitwear available for hire on some long haul flights
  • Baggage allowance of 2 x 32kg bags
  • To determine which Business Class seat type is offered on different aircraft and routes click here

First Class

International
  • Available only on 777-300s
  • Gormet meals made to order whenever requested
  • Audio/Video On Demand
  • Suites have wide seats that transform to completely flat lie flat beds with privacy screens and multiple storage areas
  • Baggage allowance of 3 x 32kg bags

Premium Class

Domestic
  • Meals and beverages provided
  • Shared cabin screens for in flight entertainment on some aircraft, seat back screens on some aircraft; no in flight entertainment on some aircraft; portable media player available on 737s and A320s
  • Seat pitch of 50 inch on 737s with power outlet; seat pitch of 45 inch on 747s; seat pitch of 50 inch on 767s and 777s; seat pitch of 57 inch on 787s with in seat power; seats have leg/footrest and offer significantly more recline than economy; 2-2 seating configuration on narrow body aircraft
  • Blankets and pillows available
  • Baggage allowance of 1 x 32 kg bag

History

  • Commenced domestic services in 1954
  • With Japan Airlines' monopoly on international routes, ANA's international services did not begin until 1986
  • Joined Star Alliance in 1999
  • Has taken control of several airline subsidiaries over the past decade including a joint venture with Malaysian low cost carrier AirAsia
  • Japan's largest airline now
  • Flies to over 50 domestic and 36 international destinations

Major Strengths

  • Operates the largest international network in and out of Japan
  • Good quality in flight product consistency across its fleet in economy
  • Generous baggage allowance in international economy

Subsidiary Airlines

  • ANA Wings
  • AirAsia Japan
  • Air Do
  • Air Japan
  • Peach

Alliances

  • Star Alliance

Aircraft Types

  • A320
  • 737-800
  • 737-700
  • 767-300
  • 777-200
  • 777-300
  • 787

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