Great for business travelers, the new service offers morning flights in both directions.
The flights will be operated by the Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner, which is one of the airline’s newest aircraft. For this route, the lower-capacity 215-seat variant, which has more business class seats (48 in total) than the higher-capacity model, will be used.
Business-class passengers can expect easy access to the aisles without having to climb over their neighbors, as the fully flat seats are laid out in a staggered 1-2-1 formation.
This variant of the 787-9 also comes with a premium economy cabin with 21 seats, as well as 146 seats in economy.
Great for business travelers, this new service offers morning flights in both directions, with arrivals in both Tokyo and Vienna scheduled for between 6:00 a.m. and 7:00 a.m.
Vienna will be the airline’s eighth non-stop service to Europe and the seventh city on the continent served by the Japanese carrier.
Seiichi Takahashi, senior vice president of ANA said: “Vienna is known as the historical and geographical gateway to Central and Eastern Europe, and we look forward to strengthening ties between Japan and this dynamic region by offering flights that are ideal for business travelers and tourists.”
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