All Nippon Airways or commonly abbreviated as ANA is Japan's largest airline with it base at Tokyo's Narita International Airport. ANA operates an extensive Japanese domestic network and controls several other Japanese airlines: its regional airline ANA wings and low-cost carriers Vanilla Air and Air Do.
All Nippon Airways was formed by the merger of tho airline companies in 1958: Far East Airlines and Nippon Helicopter (the source of the IATA code NH for All Nippon). Until the 1980's ANA stayed a domestic carrier only. ANA's first international flight started in 1986 from Tokyo to Guam. Since then gradually more destinations were added with Los Angeles and Washington that the same year and Beijing, Dalian and Hong Kong the next year.
ANA operates an almost completely Boeing only fleet of well over 200 aircraft but recently it has ordered Airbus aircraft, mostly A321neo, as well.
All Nippon Airways flies to over 85 destinations. Most All Nippon Airways flights are for destinations in United States but All Nippon Airways has international flights to several other countries as well, like for example Japan and China. From its main base in Tokyo 18 flights depart every week. Many people who look for All Nippon Airways tickets look for flights to Seoul and Tokyo.
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Passengers on an ANA flight may bring one cabin bag with weight of no more than 10 kg and size of 55 x 40 x 25 cm. Only on smaller aircraft the max dimensions are a bit less.
On International flight Economy Class passengers can check in two bags of each 23 kg. Business Class passengers can check in two bags of 32 kg each. On Domestic flights all passengers can check in one bag free of charge with a limits of 20 kg for Economy and 40 kg for Premium Class.