ANA Cabins (Business Class)
ANA is the first airline in Japan to have a perfectly “staggered seat” configuration in Business Class.
In this revolutionary seating style, each passenger can have direct access to the aisle without being bothered by other passengers.
ANA’s Business Class seat has a width of 19 inches, a pitch of 44 inches, and reclines 180 degrees to form a fully-flat bed.
Equipped with a 17-inch LCD wide-screen, passengers enjoy an AVOD (“audio video on demand”) system featuring approximately 400 entertainment channels, including ANA original programs, with noise-cancelling headphones on most routes.
Each Business Class seat is furnished with a sliding table for a wider dining and working space, universal laptop power port, and large side-table, with ample storage space available for baggage and personal items.
Food and Beverage
ANA’s Business Class menu has been created by THE CONNOISSEURS, which consists of the ANA chefs and 17 master chefs and specialists for recipe and alcoholic beverage.
Japanese cuisine is a cultural icon, officially declared Intangible Cultural Heritage by UNESCO in 2013. ANA proudly presents authentic Japanese “kaiseki” (course style) cuisine prepared by chefs reflecting Japan’s four seasons.
A selection of authentic Japanese ramen noodles by IPPUDO as a light meal selection on flights between Japan and North America (except Honolulu).
The international cuisine menu is colorful and innovative, combining Japanese and other ingredients with the tradition cooking style of French, Italian, and more.
ANA’s Business Class wine selection was created through a 6-month process of document screenings and blind tastings by a panel of 30 tasters, which include master of wine, senior sommelier, ANA chefs, cabin attendants and general staff.
Developed in collaboration with TOTO, Jamco, and Boeing, ANA’s high-tech Washlets (bidet-toilets) are featured onboard in both First and Business class on Boeing 787 aircraft.