Also known as Tokyo Narita Airport — it’s located 37 miles east of central Tokyo — Narita is Japan’s second largest and busiest international airport. The airport is the main international hub for All Nippon Airways Co., Ltd. — better know as ANA.
Flight Review ANA Business Class
Boarding ANA flight 007 in San Francisco was very efficient. The roughly 10 hour flight was on time and even pushed back early from the gate.
With a large window by my seat, I had a great view of the departure runway as we were about to depart San Francisco International airport.
ANA Business Class On Board Experience
The only draw back for me was the area for your feet. It was not a very tall space. I have big (US size 13) feet, and could not put my feet up in the space. To fit, I had to lay on my side and have my feet sideways.
The amenity kit included an eye mask, ear plugs and dental kit, along with a facial mist, lotion and lip balm. Amenities also included a bedding pad which made the seat much easier to sleep on.
Food and Service
The main meal started with a amuse of roasted duck pincho, smoked fish canape, and dried fig with cream cheese.
The appetizer was grilled cajun prawn and prosciutto. Corn soup was served at the same time.
The Business Class wine selection on ANA flight 007 featured a good selection of Washington, California and Australian wines.
ANA offered a list of “light dishes anytime” for business class customers to enjoy anytime after the first meal service was complete.
I enjoyed this ramen so much that I ordered this similar Nissin Instant Cup Ramen Ippudo Ramen from Amazon after I returned to the U.S.
There was one more meal service before arrival.
Overall, I give the ANA Business Class high marks for its food and service.
Have you flown ANA? How did you enjoy the experience?
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