Before you choose an airline, you should do your research and in this article we will be focusing that on All Nippon Airways. If you take some time to study the bigger customer reviews and the independent websites that rank the airlines you will see that there is a big difference in the sorts of services that are offered by the different airlines that are out there. If you’re looking for a good airline in Asia or a Japan-centric airline, ANA has a lot to offer.
All Nippon Airways (ANA) has a fantastic record in terms of customer satisfaction and awards. It’s earned a four star rating through the SkyTrax organization which is well known for rating the different airlines based upon different customer feedback. This is a great rating, which indicates that the airline provides great service across the board. In 2011 SkyTrax awarded ANA it’s World’s Best Airport Services award. It also won the Staff Service Excellence Award for Asian Airlines and that proves that the ANA employees provides great service to all of the airlines’ passengers. These awards are based on independently run customer surveys, so SkyTrax awards are a good indication of what you can expect from an airline from the passenger’s point of view.
Some airlines, including All Nippon Airways, have come to realize that a class of service in between Economy and Business was needed, so they began offering Premium Economy. This is really helpful for passengers whose budgets are limited but who would like some extra room and comfort that they are not given in regular Economy. While you can’t get Premium Economy on every single ANA flight but you can get it when you fly from Tokyo (Narita Airport, specifically) to Munich, Paris, DC, Chicago, San Francisco and LA. This choice gives you a better chance of stretching out while not making you pay the higher costs that are associated with First or Business class.
If you fly to Japan regularly, you may want to consider joining the ANA Mileage Club, a frequent flyer program where you can earn miles in a variety of ways. In addition to earning frequent flier miles by flying with the airline, you can also earn them through things like staying at partner hotels like InterContinental, Holiday Inn, the ANA Crowne Plaza and a bunch of others. It’s also possible to earn miles by shopping with companies who are partners with the ANA. The airline is a member of the Star Alliance which means that you can use your miles on any airline that is also a member and there are lots of them. No matter where in the world you want to fly, you can earn more miles that you can use to go anywhere you want to go.
In conclusion, All Nippon Airways offers travelers to Japan and other Asian countries many options and provides award winning services to make your trip as comfortable as possible. It doesn’t matter if you need to go to Japan for business or if you just want to go there for vacation, you should take a look at what All Nippon Airways can offer you.
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