ANA airlines, also known as, All Nippon is the second-largest airline in Japan and is headquartered in Shiodome City Center in Tokyo, Japan. ANA’s hubs are based at Narita International Airport, Tokyo and Kansai International Airport, Osaka.
The airline was founded in 1952 and currently operates services to both domestic and international destinations. ANA currently controls many subsidiaries such as ANA Wings and Air Japan.

ANA Destinations

ANA has an extensive route network including Bangkok, Beijing, Chengdu, Brussels, Chicago, Dalian, Delhi, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Hangzhou, Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Honolulu, Jakarta, London, Los Angeles, Manila, Mumbai, Oshima, Tottori, Okayama, Yonago, Shonai, Sendai, Odate and many others.
All Nippon Airways has codeshare agreements with Air Canada, Air China, EVA Air, Ethiopian Airlines, Austrian Airlines, Hawaiian Airlines, LOT Polish Airlines and many others.

ANA Baggage Allowance

Carry-on Baggage Allowance
International Flights

For International Flights, Each passenger can bring one piece of luggage with them when boarding. The item must be of a total, maximum weight of 10kg (22kb), and have total linear dimensions of no more than 115cm (45 in), where the length of each side should not exceed 55cm x 40cm x 25cm (22 in x 16 in x 10 in), including handle and wheels.

Domestic Flights

Each passenger can bring one bag with them when boarding the aircraft. The item must be of a maximum total weight of 10kg. For aircraft with 100 seats or more, the bag must have total linear dimensions of 11cm, and for aircraft with less than 100 seats, the total linear dimensions of the bag must be no more than 100cm.

Checked Baggage Allowance

International Flights

Economy Class (including Premium Economy): Up to 2 pieces, with total linear dimensions per item of no more than 158cm, including wheels and handle. Maximum weight of all free checked baggage per Economy Class passenger is 23kg (50 lb).
Business Class: Up to 2 pieces, with total linear dimensions per item of no more than 158cm, including wheels and handle. Maximum weight of all free checked baggage per BusinessClass passenger is 32kg (70 lb).
First Class: Up to 3pieces, with total linear dimensions per item of no more than 158cm, including wheels and handle. Maximum weight of all free checked baggage per First Class passenger is 32kg (70 lb).

Domestic Flights

Economy Class: There are no restrictions on the number of pieces of luggage for Japanese domestic flights, however, the weight of economy class passenger luggage is free to a maximum of 20kg, and total linear dimensions of each item should be no more than 203cm.
Premium Class: There are no restrictions on the number of pieces of luggage for Japanese domestic flights, however, the weight of Premium Class passenger luggage is free to a maximum of 40kg, and total linear dimensions of each item should be no more than 203cm.
Baggage in excess of the free baggage allowance set by the airline will be subject to excess baggage fees.
ANA Check-In Information

Online Check-In

People flying with ANA can check-in online up to 24 hours before departure. Checking-in online will allow you to do such things as make an All Nippon Airways seat reservation and keep up to date with the latest flight information. Visit the ANA online check-in page to complete the online check-in process or visit our general online check-in page for further information.
Airport Check-In
Passengers who have not completed online check-in must do so at the airport. To complete check-in, visit an ANA check-in counter in the airport. Please, not different airports have different check-in opening and closing time, so be sure to check on the ANA website to see what time you need to arrive at the airport.

Economy Class

Economy passengers can enjoy a comfortable journey from the airport to during the flight.
Economy Class Facilities
Passengers will receive a personal entertainment system on their flights, controlled by the touch-screen seat TV. In-seat USB and power charging ports also allow passengers to charge their personal devices. Passengers on qualifying flights will also enjoy meals or snacks, depending on the length of your flight. Read more about the food provided in the ‘Food’ section below. Passengers can also receive select amenities such as pillows, blankets and stationery.

Economy Class Seats

Economy Class Seats Economy seats are designed to give passengers more space. Seat pitches consist of 34 inches, with a slim design of chairs enabling more legroom. The seat’s shell design allows passengers the ability to recline without worrying about the passenger sitting behind you.

Premium Economy Class

Premium Economy Class

Premium economy passengers can enjoy extra space and additional comforts, allowing for better relaxation and enhanced experience.

Premium Economy Class Facilities

Premium economy gives passengers premium amenity kits, from a standard pillow and blanket to slippers, toothbrush, eye masks and earplugs. Meals will also be from a more premium menu including a carefully planned meal and drinks service.
Premium Economy Class Seats
Premium economy seats feature a spacious 38-inch pitch, designed for optimum legroom. These seats also recline and have an adjustable headrest. They also have a power port and USB port, personal adjustable light and personal entertainment system.

Business Class

Business-class passengers can enjoy their space however they like, whether that’s on a lie-flat bed to get a good nights sleep, or sitting upright with plenty of space to complete some work.

Business Class Facilities

Passengers get access to the free entertainment system from their 18 inch personal screen, complete with provided noise-cancelling headphones. Passengers will also receive amenity kits consisting of a premium pillow and blanket, and a pouch full of items to keep you refreshed, such as a face wash, lotions, creams, tooth brush, eye mask and ear plugs. Snit wear and pajamas are also available for free rental. Passengers will also enjoy a fine dining experience, inspire by Japanese cuisine or Western cuisine.
What are the Business Class Seats Like?
Business seats vary depending on what aircraft you are in. Most beds have the ability to lie-flat, like a bed meaning you can relax privately, in comfort. Seats are arranged in a staggered format, meaning that every seat has direct aisle access.

First Class

Business seats vary depending on what aircraft you are in. Most beds have the ability to lie-flat, like a bed meaning you can relax privately, in comfort. Seats are arranged in a staggered format, meaning that every seat has direct aisle access.
First Class The first class experience is the height of luxurious, with passengers receive the ultimate experience with space, privacy and comfort.

What does First Class Include?

Passengers have a 23 inch touchscreen personal screen, with noise-cancelling headphones. There is also a large adjustable dining table, and cocktail table for you to be able to enjoy your first-class dining experience. There is also storage compartments for any clothes or bags you may wish to stow away for your flight. The private enclosure for first class passengers have doors, so passengers can choose to remain private and enjoy their own personal space. Seats include power charging points, complete with USB slots.
Does First Class Facilities Have a First Class Lounge?
There is an ANA lounge at Haneda and Narita International Airports, along with some at other airports. They provide passengers with a full-course dining experience, comparable to that in a highly-rated restaurant. Passengers can also enjoy a seamless check-in service, streamlining the time you would’ve spent stuck in queues