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ANA Returns to Vienna: Japan’s Largest Airline Resumes Direct Flight Connections from Tokyo

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ANA Returns to Vienna: Japan’s Largest Airline Resumes Direct Flight Connections from Tokyo

Long-haul flight service at Vienna Airport is continuing its recovery. All Nippon Airways (ANA), Japan’s largest airline, will once again link Vienna with Tokyo Haneda Airport as of 2 August 2024. Japan is an important market for Vienna Airport and the entire Austrian business and tourism location. The route will be served three times per week throughout the entire year with a state-of-the-art Boeing 787-9 (Dreamliner). ANA suspended flight service on this route in March 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic and is thus returning to the Vienna Airport flight hub.
 
“ANA’s decision means that Japans most important airline is returning to Vienna. As a result, the Austrian capital city will once again offer a year-round flight connection to Japan’s biggest airport. The Far East is a key market for Vienna Airport and the return of ANA is an indication of the revival of tourism and business in Austria and Japan. We are very pleased to be able to build upon our good cooperation with ANA,” states Julian Jäger, Joint CEO and COO of Vienna Airport.
 
Three times per week from Vienna to Toyko Haneda Airport in a Dreamliner aircraft
All Nippon Airways will commence flight operations from Vienna to Tokyo on 2 August 2024, offering three flights per week (Tue, Fri, Sun). The aircraft will depart from Tokyo at 10:45 p.m. local time, arriving in Vienna at 6:20 a.m. The return flight from Vienna will take off at 11:25 a.m., arriving in Tokyo at 6:55 a.m. The airline will deploy a Boeing 787-9 aircraft featuring a total of 215 comfortable seats in a pleasant atmosphere, offering three booking classes e.g., Business, Premium Economy and Economy.
 
All Nippon Airways: Japan’s largest airline and member of the Star Alliance
ANA is Japan’s biggest airline and celebrated its 70th birthday in 2022. The airline offers a multi-award-winning board product on its flights as well as innovative technologies and first-class service. In turn, this ensures a travel experience in a class of its own. ANA is one of the few airlines anywhere in the world which, in 2023, was once again given the highest Skytrax recognition for the eleventh year in a row, namely the 5-Star Airline Rating. Moreover, Skytrax rates ANA to be the world’s third best airline.
 
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