All Nippon Airways

All Nippon Airways, also known as ANA, is Japan’s largest airline with two main operating hubs at Narita International Airport near Tokyo and Kansai International Airport outside Osaka. The airline provides flights to close to 90 destinations within Japan and around the globe and is a leading member of the Star Alliance. The airline was founded in the 1950s and grew to become a leading Asian airline with a vast fleet of over 210 aircraft. All Nippon Airways is also the parent company of several subsidiary airlines including Air Japan and ANA Wings.

*This information is correct as of February 2017

Why Fly with All Nippon Airways

How to Check in

All Nippon Airways allow passengers to check-in online from the convenience of your own home, or you can do things the traditional way and check-in at an airport counter. The online check-in tool is available from 24 hours up to 75 minutes before international flights and also allows travelers to print off a boarding pass to save time at the airport. For those wishing to check-in in person at an airport counter, counters close an hour before flights and the airline advises passengers to leave plenty of time to go through the check-in process. Most check-in counters open from between 2.5 to 3 hours before scheduled departure times.

Baggage Allowances and Fees

Passengers on All Nippon Airways flights are entitled to bring baggage to check-in, although how much you are allowed will depend on your flight class. Those flying in Economy are allowed one piece up to 23kg, while in Business Class you can bring two pieces up to 32kg each. First Class travelers are permitted even more baggage with up to three pieces weighing 32kg each allowed. In addition to checked baggage, travelers are also permitted to bring one item of hand baggage on board as well as a personal item such as a laptop or handbag. Any baggage that exceeds your allocated allowance will incur additional fees.


All Nippon Airways offer regular Economy seating in addition to premium Business and First Class seats for those who like to travel in style. Economy passengers are afforded ample legroom with a seat pitch of 31-32 inches, while in Business Class travelers can look forward to spacious legroom with a seat pitch of 50-61 inches and reclining seats. Those flying in First Class are given an open suite with a seat pitch of 76 inches alongside many luxurious services.

Booking Fees

Passengers booking tickets with All Nippon Airways will not be subject to any hidden fees or charges.

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