Why you should be flying ANA to Japan and beyond

By Staff Writers, May 24 2019
Why you should be flying ANA to Japan and beyond

ANA’s direct flights from Sydney to Haneda (and upcoming direct flights from Perth to Narita beginning September 1st, 2019) make it a great choice for flying to the land of the rising sun and beyond.

With highly-rated premium cabins, world-leading service and a convenient flight schedule, ANA gives travellers a relaxing journey from departure to arrival whether you're travelling in Premium Economy or Business Class. 

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The business class experience

Your ANA business class or premium economy class ticket gives you access to Air New Zealand lounges in Australia, and ANA’s flagship lounges in Tokyo, where you’ll be treated to complimentary food and beverages and a range of amenities to help you relax.

In the air, ANA’s business class pairs attentive Japanese service with a world-class product, including fully-flat beds so you can wake up refreshed on the other end of your journey.

A range of high-quality Western and Japanese dining options are also provided, as well as premium beverages and seasonal sakés.

Ski or surf?

Both the Sydney and Perth departures leave Australia in the late evening and arrive in Tokyo in the morning, giving you the full day to attend meetings or catch up with colleagues.

If you’re heading further afield within Japan, ANA offers AUD$100 add-on fares* to the entire ANA domestic network – the largest of its kind in Japan.

This means that you can turn your business trip into a skiing trip with a quick hop to Sapporo (remember, it’s free to bring your skis on board with ANA), or even a beach trip if you prefer sunnier Okinawa.

Connect to North America

ANA also offers daily direct connections from Tokyo to major US cities, including flights in the mornings from Haneda to both New York and Chicago that you can connect to from flights arriving from Sydney.

Booking your ANA experience

Book your flights today with ANA, and experience world-class Japanese hospitality in the sky. Perth bookings are also open now, with departures from September 1, 2019.

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*Domestic taxes additional