ANA Passenger Service in the U.S.

ANA commenced non-stop passenger services between Japan and Guam in March 3, 1986, and since then has expanded to: 

  • Los Angeles (LAX) – Narita (NRT) (since July 16, 1986) (1 flight daily)
  • Washington D.C. (IAD) – Narita (NRT) (since July 26, 1986) (1 flight daily) 
  • New York (JFK) – Narita (NRT) (since March 9, 1991) (2 flights daily)
  • Honolulu (HNL) – Narita (NRT) (since October 4, 1998) (1 flight daily)
  • San Francisco (SFO) – Narita (NRT) (since December 1, 1998) (1 flights daily)
  • Chicago (ORD) – Narita (NRT) (since April 13, 1999) (2 flights daily)
  • Los Angeles (LAX) – Haneda (HND) (since October 31, 2010) (1 flight daily)
  • Honolulu (HNL) – Haneda (HND) (since October 31, 2010) (1 flight daily) 
  • Seattle (SEA) – Narita (NRT) (since July 25, 2012) (1 flight daily)
  • San Jose (SJC) – Narita (NRT) (since January 11, 2013) (1 flight daily)
  • Vancouver (YVR) – Haneda (HND) (since March 30, 2014) (1 flight daily)
  • Houston (HOU) – Narita (NRT) (to launch June 12, 2015) (1 flight daily)

ANA currently operates 182 passenger flights per week between Japan and North America. (in FY2014) 

The Boeing 787-8 aircraft currently services the Seattle and San Jose routes. 

ANA and United Airlines have participated in a strategic joint venture for trans-Pacific services since 2011.

U.S. Suppliers

The Dreamliner offers larger windows, lower cabin altitude and cleaner cabin air than any other aircraft, and is renowned for its fuel efficiency, with 21% fuel savings per international flight. 

U.S. flights are mainly operated by B777-300, B777-200, B767 and B787 aircrafts.


To learn more about ANA or to book flights, please visit WWW.ANASKYWEB.COM.