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ANA to relaunch Perth-Tokyo flights in October

Japan’s largest airline All Nippon Airways (ANA) has confirmed it plans to relaunch direct Perth-Tokyo flights on 29 October 2023.

The airline began operating this route in September 2019, but it was short-lived and scuttled in March 2020 due to the pandemic.

From 29 October 29, flight NH882 will depart Tokyo’s Narita Airport at 11:20am every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday, landing in Perth at 8:30pm.

From Perth, flight NH881 will take off at 9:55pm, touching down in Tokyo at 8:30am the following day.

ANA will fly one of its Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner on this route.

In business class, passengers are treated to comfortable seats with direct aisle access and a fully-flat recline. The layout is 1-2-1 or 1-1-1 depending on the row.

ANA 787-8 Business Class

ANA 787-8 Business Class

There’s a very small premium economy cabin with a 2-3-2 layout, followed by economy, which is 3-3-3 with a pretty good 34-inch pitch.

If you’re keen to use points to fly with ANA, the good news is that it’s a member of the global Star Alliance, which means you can book award seats through one of its alliance partners like Singapore Airlines.

ANA and Virgin Australia have also launched a partnership which may see Velocity Points holders being able to book seats – though this hasn’t yet been confirmed. We may hear more details about this in the lead up to Virgin’s launch of Cairns-Tokyo flights later this month.

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1 COMMENT

  1. I doubt I will ever fly ANA again. Though they are very good, their customer service is very nearly impossible to reach, which diminishes the airline. I decided to cancel my latest ticket entirely, after spending many hours on the phone, trying to make a change, which I could not make online. Shame on them.

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