ANA Celebrates 30 Years of International Service

The year 2016 marks 30 years since All Nippon Airways took off on its first international service from Tokyo to Guam on March 3, 1986 and the airline has prepared a slew of special programs to celebrate this milestone. Passengers flying ANA on March 3 this year can expect to receive an ANA-branded furoshiki or wrapping cloth as a token of appreciation, while those flying first and business class on flights departing Japan to European and U.S. destinations will get to enjoy special desserts like the ANA Original Parfait and other dishes that will be on offer for one day only, put together in collaboration with the airline’s partnering chefs. Those flying from Narita to Los Angeles, for example, will see hand-rolled sushi on the menu that day, while Narita-Singapore passengers can enjoy a bowl of delicious Soraton ramen noodles prepared by renown ramen restaurant Ippudo.

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