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About All Nippon Airways

All Nippon Airways, also known as Zennikku or ANA is assumed to be Japan's largest airline. It is headquartered in Shiodome City Center. The airlines was founded 64 years ago in the year 1952. It operates flight on both sectors, domestic and international. It has more than 20,000 employees.

The major hubs of the All Nippon Airways include Tokyo-Haneda and Tokyo-Narita. However the secondary hubs from where they also operate flights include Osaka-Kansai and Osaka-Itami. The cities on which they have major flights and primary focus are Nagoya-Chubu Centrair and Sapporo.

The frequent-flyer program that the airline runs is called ANA Mileage Club and the airline is also a part of the Star Alliance.

The subsidiaries that the airline owns include ANA Wings, Air Japan, Vanilla Air and Pan Am International Flight Academy.

All Nippon Airways Destinations

All Nippon Airways flies to over 20 international destinations and over 30 domestic sectors. Some of the countries that it flies to include Australia, Germany, India, People’s Republic of China, Unites States of America etc.

All Nippon Airways Fleet and Network

The current in-service fleet of All Nippon Airways has about 217 aircraft. Those 217 are a mix of 205 passenger flights and 12 cargo planes. The passenger planes comprise eight Airbus A320-200s, two Airbus A320neos, four Airbus A321-200s, seven Boeing 737-700s, 36 Boeing 737-800s, 12 Boeing 767-300s, 25 Boeing 767-300ERs, 12 Boeing 777-200s, 2 Boeing 777-200ERs, seven Boeing 777-300s, 22 Boeing 777-300ERs, 36 Boeing 787-8s, and 22 Boeing 787-9.

The airline also provides cargo services for which it flies two Boeing 767-300ERFs and 10 Boeing 767-300BCFs.