ANA - All Nippon Airways

ANA - All Nippon Airways

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ANA is Japan’s largest 5-Star airline, awarded Skytrax’s highest rating for the 8th consecutive year. Carrying 48 million passengers in FY2019 and with a fleet of 260 aircraft, ANA connects travellers daily from 7 European cities to Tokyo and over 50 destinations across Japan. ANA is expanding its network to Istanbul, Milan, Moscow, and Stockholm.


  • THE SUITE - ANA's New First Class

    THE Suite is inspired by luxury Japanese hotels and is the most spacious fully enclosed seating ever seen on an ANA aircraft. New features include pri...

  • THE ROOM - ANA's New Business Class

    Inspired by modern, multifunctional Japanese living spaces, THE Room offers a revolutionary change in space and comfort offering one of the largest Bu...

  • Premium Economy

    The reborn cabin is more relaxing than ever with a generous 38 inch seat pitch for your comfort. Enjoy movies and music at your convenience on the wor...

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  • Contact Information

    ANA - All Nippon Airways
    4th Floor 12 Hammersmith Grove Hammersmith London W6 7AP United Kingdom
    Tel:  +44 20 8762 8850


  1. Product categories
    Transport companies/services
    • Airline
  2. Main company activity
    Transport company
    • Airline
  3. Geographic regions
    Central Europe
    • Austria
    • Germany
    East Asia
    • China
    • Japan
    Northern Europe
    • Ireland
    • United Kingdom
    • Australia
    Western Europe
    • Belgium
    • France


  • ANA Care Promise

    At ANA, we promise to create a safe, comfortable and enjoyable experience for all passengers. Your safety and peace of mind is our number one priority...

  • ANA Fact Sheet

  • ANA New Product Brochure

    ANA Launches New Luxury Cabins in Collaboration with Famed Japanese Architect Kengo Kuma and British Design company Acumen.


  • ANA Presentation 2019

    ANA's New Product in collaboration with Japanese architect Kengo Kuma and British design company Acumen.

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