Airline review ANA All Nippon Airways

ANA All Nippon Airways

ANA All Nippon Airways

All Nippon Airways (ANA) is the largest airline in Japan. All Nippon Airways was founded in 1952. Important (main) hubs for All Nippon Airways are Tokyo Narita International Airport and Osaka Kansai International Airport. Its main domestic hubs are at Tokyo haneda International Airport, Osaka International Airport Itami, Nagoya Chubu Centrair International Airport and Sapporo New Chitose Airport. All Nippon Airways operates worldwide scheduled passenger services to more than 80 destinations.

All Nippon Airways is part of the alliance Star Alliance. All Nippon Airways operates a mixed fleet of Boeing and Airbus aircraft.

All Nippon Airways offers 4 classes of service, First, Business, Premium Economy and Economy. Cabin features are fully-lie-flat-bed seats in Business Class. Suite seats in First Class and Premium economy offers more legroom than economy. Some aircraft, for example the Boeing 777-300, feature a seat pitch of 34 inch in economy class. ANA offers women's only lavatories on international flights.

Our rating:
Advantages of All Nippon Airways are the diversity and quantity of destinations and direct flights to destinations in the Pacific and Japan. The fleet is very well maintained. On-board in-flight entertainment with AVOD (Audio Video On Demand) and gaming. It is also possible to select a seat and check in online.
Disadvantages of All Nippon Airways are the seat pitch in economy class on long distances. Not too much legroom although direct Japanese competitors offer more or less the same seat pitch.

All Nippon Airways is a good and above average airline. No extraordinary performance but a decent airline with good service. All Nippon Airways has many flights to destinations in Japan.

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