All Nippon Airways Co., Ltd. , also known as Zennikkū or ANA, is a Japanese airline. Its head office is located at Shiodome City Center in the Shiodome area of Minato, Tokyo, Japan. It operates services to 49 destinations in Japan and 32 international routes and has about 33,000 employees as of August 2013. In May 2010, ANA's total passenger traffic is up year-on-year by 7.8%, and its international services grow by 22% to 2.07 million passengers in the first five months of 2010. ANA's main international hubs are at Narita International Airport outside Tokyo and Kansai International Airport outside Osaka. Its main domestic hubs are at Tokyo International Airport , Osaka International Airport Itami, Chūbu Centrair International Airport , and New Chitose Airport .In addition to its mainline operations, ANA controls several subsidiary passenger carriers, including its regional airline, ANA Wings and charter carrier, Air Japan. Additional smaller carriers include Air Do, a low-cost carrier operating scheduled service between Tokyo and cities in Hokkaido, Vanilla Air, a low-cost carrier serving resort and selected international destinations, and Allex Cargo , the freighter division operated by Air Japan. Since October 1999, the airline became a member of Star Alliance. ANA is also the largest shareholder in Peach, a low-cost carrier joint venture with First Eastern Investment Group. On 29 March 2013, ANA was announced as a 5-Star Airline by Skytrax. Wikipedia.
News Article | May 3, 2017
Japanese police have arrested a drunken American man over a punch-up with another passenger on an All Nippon Airways (ANA) flight, which caused a delay (AFP Photo/TORU YAMANAKA) Tokyo (AFP) - Japanese police have arrested a drunken American man over a punch-up with another passenger on an All Nippon Airways (ANA) flight, which caused a delay, officers said Wednesday. The man, whose name has not been released, was pulled off the Boeing 777 that was due to fly from Tokyo's main gateway Narita airport to Los Angeles, after the brawl erupted before takeoff. "I will kill you!" the male passenger, wearing a red Hawaiian shirt, is seen yelling in video footage filmed by another passenger, who uploaded it on social media. "The plane was about 50 minutes late, so everyone was a little irritated because of that, kinda frustrated," Corey Hour, the passenger who shot the video, told the BBC. The man in the red Hawaiian shirt is seen throwing punches at another male passenger, as other people on the flight try to escape the area, until ANA staff separate the two men. The red-shirted man then shakes off the female flight attendant's attempts to restrain him and continues to throw punches. "The flight attendants actually got caught up in the mix and that's when the video ends as I put my phone down and I actually got in the middle of everyone and confronted him," Hour added. "The suspect, a US citizen, was drunk and arrested after he injured an ANA official following the fight," a member of the airport police told AFP. The man's arrest was formally over his injuring the airline official, not the onboard brawl, said the airport police spokesman, speaking on customary condition of anonymity. Local media reported that Japanese investigators also questioned the American about the fight on the plane. As of lunchtime Wednesday, the man remained in detention in Japan, the police spokesman said. The fight, as well as bad weather, forced ANA to delay the departure of the flight by one hour and 40 minutes, local media reported. ANA did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
News Article | May 3, 2017
According to another passenger, the aggressor may have been suffering from posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). A fight aboard an All Nippon Airways (ANA) flight from Narita, Japan to Los Angeles went viral this week after an agitated passenger began throwing punches at another man shortly before takeoff. At the time, it was believed the man was intoxicated. Now, the passenger on the receiving end of the altercation is speaking out. According to Ryan Humphreys, the aggressor may have been suffering from posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Humphreys, an ex-Marine, told TMZ by video Wednesday that man, shown in video clips wearing a red patterned shirt, was talking loudly to other passengers before standing up and becoming agitated. Humphreys said he was watching the man before the altercation occurred, but maintained that he hadn’t done anything to initiate the incident. Read: Fight On Plane Erupts On All Nippon Airways Flight “I didn’t say anything to the guy and he was like, ‘What are you looking at? I will kill you,’” Humphreys told TMZ. Humphreys said he asked the man if he was okay, to which the man responded by asking him if Humphreys was in Vegas. “It had something to do with Vegas, I don’t know,” Humphreys said. Watch TMZ on Yahoo View, available on iOS and Android. Humphreys said the man then began assaulting a couple on the plane, allegedly attempting to choke a man and smothering his partner, a woman, in the process. “He’s either active military or a veteran. When his shirt got ripped up I could [see] all his ink,” he said. “I would guess [he either had] PTSD or maybe off his meds. He didn’t strike me as being drunk.” Arizona-based photographer Corey Hour captured the Monday incident, which he said began when "a passenger [started] a huge fight in his row" shortly before takeoff. At the time, the cause of the incident wasn’t clear. "As of now and after speaking with the other passengers the motive for why he did this is still unknown," Hour said. "None of us have any idea why at all." The man has since been identified as a 44-year-old American. When flight attendants attempted to remove him from the plane, "the man resisted, hit a woman passenger and after leaving the plane, proceeded to choke a male airline employee, which led to his arrest," according to Japan Today. The man was reportedly charged with assault.
News Article | May 3, 2017
The airlines are at it again, folks. The gluten-free breakfast option for a nine-hour flight on All Nippon Airways is apparently an exquisite single banana served with packets of salt and pepper and I am getting hungry just thinking about it! SEE ALSO: Airline crew casually help woman deliver a baby 42,000 feet in the air London resident Martin Pavelka was on a flight from Tokyo to Sydney when he received this gourmet breakfast in plain view of seething jealous passengers who all had to settle for huge meals of eggs, sausage, mushrooms, bread, and yogurt. "When the stewardess came to me, she said ‘we’ve got a special meal for you’ and I got the banana," Mr. Pavelka said to the Standard. "This was a nine-hour flight. Although definitely gluten free, the banana did not keep me full for very long. At the price I paid, you would expect something more than that." The banana was also served with a knife and fork, which is apparently how one eats a banana. “As a coeliac, I always order gluten-free meal on my flights. Sometimes they are bland, sometimes they are actually much better than the ordinary meal service," he told the Standard. “On this flight, I was left literally speechless." So if you're gluten-free and flying All Nippon Airways, remember to pack your own meal. UPDATE: May 3, 2017, 4:38 p.m. EDT ANA provided the following statement to Mashable:
News Article | November 14, 2016
PERTH, Australia, Nov. 14, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- AirlineRatings.com, the world's only safety and product rating website has announced Air New Zealand as its Airline of the Year for 2017. The global ratings agency AirlineRatings.com promotes safety and excellence in the airline industry and one of the pinnacles of these efforts is its Airline Excellence Awards. Air New Zealand is being honoured for the fourth consecutive year for its record-breaking financial performance, award winning in-flight innovations, operational safety, environmental leadership and motivation of its staff. These factors have stamped the airline as an industry trendsetter. The AirlineRatings.com Airline Excellence Awards program combines four major international industry and government audits, with another nine key criteria that include: fleet age, passenger review ratings, profitability, investment rating and key product offerings. AirlineRatings.com Editor-in-Chief Geoffrey Thomas said: "In our objective analysis Air New Zealand came out number one in virtually all of our audit criteria, which is an exceptional performance." Air New Zealand CEO Christopher Luxon says being recognised once again by the industry is a real highlight for its people in a record year of performance. "The past 12 months have been exceptional for Air New Zealand - we've continued to invest in a streamlined and refurbished fleet, launched three new international routes and rolled out improvements to the customer experience with enhanced inflight entertainment and a multi-million dollar lounge redevelopment programme. "Above all, the award is testament to the talented team of people who make Air New Zealand great by putting customers at the heart of everything we do." Other winners in the Airline Excellence Awards are: Qantas, Etihad, Emirates, Singapore Airlines, Scoot, EVA Air, Cathay Pacific Airways, Flybe, Garuda Indonesia, Lufthansa, Virgin Australia and Virgin Atlantic, Norwegian, Lufthansa, Delta Air Lines, Virgin America and Kulula.com. Scooping three awards, Qantas, won Best Domestic Airline Service, Best Catering and Best Lounges. Etihad Airways picked up Best First Class, while Virgin Australia won Best Business Class. Best In-Flight Entertainment went to Emirates. The Virgin Group - Virgin Australia, Virgin Atlantic and Virgin America picked up Best Cabin Crew. Flybe won Best Regional Airline and Garuda Indonesia Most Improved Airline. For excellence in Long Haul travel the editors selected Delta Air Lines (Americas), Virgin Atlantic (Europe), Etihad Airways (Middle-East/Africa) and Singapore Airlines (Asia/Pacific). For value and safety in the Low Cost Airline sector, the editors selected Virgin America (Americas), Norwegian (Europe), Kulula.com (Africa/Middle-East) and Scoot (Asia/Pacific). AirlineRatings.com has also announced its top ten airlines for 2017. Heading the list is Air New Zealand followed by Qantas, Singapore Airlines, Cathay Pacific, Virgin Atlantic/Virgin Australia, British Airways, Etihad Airways, All Nippon Airways, Eva Air and Lufthansa.
News Article | November 14, 2016
PERTH, Australia, Nov 14, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- AirlineRatings.com, the world's only safety and product rating website has announced Air New Zealand as its Airline of the Year for 2017. The global ratings agency AirlineRatings.com promotes safety and excellence in the airline industry and one of the pinnacles of these efforts is its Airline Excellence Awards. Air New Zealand is being honoured for the fourth consecutive year for its record-breaking financial performance, award winning in-flight innovations, operational safety, environmental leadership and motivation of its staff. These factors have stamped the airline as an industry trendsetter. The AirlineRatings.com Airline Excellence Awards program combines four major international industry and government audits, with another nine key criteria that include: fleet age, passenger review ratings, profitability, investment rating and key product offerings. AirlineRatings.com Editor-in-Chief Geoffrey Thomas said: "In our objective analysis Air New Zealand came out number one in virtually all of our audit criteria, which is an exceptional performance." Air New Zealand CEO Christopher Luxon says being recognised once again by the industry is a real highlight for its people in a record year of performance. "The past 12 months have been exceptional for Air New Zealand - we've continued to invest in a streamlined and refurbished fleet, launched three new international routes and rolled out improvements to the customer experience with enhanced inflight entertainment and a multi-million dollar lounge redevelopment programme. "Above all, the award is testament to the talented team of people who make Air New Zealand great by putting customers at the heart of everything we do." Other winners in the Airline Excellence Awards are: Qantas, Etihad, Emirates, Singapore Airlines, Scoot, EVA Air, Cathay Pacific Airways, Flybe, Garuda Indonesia, Lufthansa, Virgin Australia and Virgin Atlantic, Norwegian, Lufthansa, Delta Air Lines, Virgin America and Kulula.com. Scooping three awards, Qantas, won Best Domestic Airline Service, Best Catering and Best Lounges. Etihad Airways picked up Best First Class, while Virgin Australia won Best Business Class. Best In-Flight Entertainment went to Emirates. The Virgin Group - Virgin Australia, Virgin Atlantic and Virgin America picked up Best Cabin Crew. Flybe won Best Regional Airline and Garuda Indonesia Most Improved Airline. For excellence in Long Haul travel the editors selected Delta Air Lines (Americas), Virgin Atlantic (Europe), Etihad Airways (Middle-East/Africa) and Singapore Airlines (Asia/Pacific). For value and safety in the Low Cost Airline sector, the editors selected Virgin America (Americas), Norwegian (Europe), Kulula.com (Africa/Middle-East) and Scoot (Asia/Pacific). AirlineRatings.com has also announced its top ten airlines for 2017. Heading the list is Air New Zealand followed by Qantas, Singapore Airlines, Cathay Pacific, Virgin Atlantic/Virgin Australia, British Airways, Etihad Airways, All Nippon Airways, Eva Air and Lufthansa. To view the original version on PR Newswire, visit:http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/air-new-zealand-named-airline-of-the-year-by-airlineratingscom-300361970.html
News Article | February 23, 2017
Japan National Tourism Organization (JNTO) announces the 6th annual Japan Week, which will take place in Vanderbilt Hall at Grand Central Terminal from March 8-10, 2017. The exhibit, open to the public, showcases Japan as the ultimate travel destination while celebrating a unique fusion of traditional and modern Japanese culture, with the country’s high-tech futuristic products, local delicacies, and more. For Japan Week 2017, JNTO will feature a traditional Japanese Zen Garden as the centerpiece of the event to help promote Japanese tourism. The garden, complete with boulders, white gravels, moss and trees, will be directed by famous Japanese landscape designers. The Japan Week Zen Garden will showcase a large garden reminiscent of the Zen Garden from the Ryoan-ji Temple in Kyoto. Through the garden, the designers aim to tell the story of Oyashima, a Japanese origin story about ‘8 big islands’ to engage the public. JNTO hopes the garden will provide a peaceful backdrop at Grand Central Terminal Station to busy New Yorkers. The designers will create stone waves in the garden twice per day, which visitors are invited to watch. The 2017 Japan Week will promote a range of Japanese products and services where visitors are able to receive free Japanese tourism materials and travel tips from experts to learn about destinations throughout Japan, as well as experience the arts, crafts, food, and technology of Japanese culture. Exhibitors will showcase both the traditional and modern sides of Japan. Furthermore, Japan Week will introduce the story of Chiune Sugihara, the visa of life. The Japan Week 2017 exhibitors include: JR EAST / East Japan Railway Company, Kubara Honke USA,Inc.(KAYANOYA), FUJIFILM NORTH AMERICA CORPORATION, ANA (All Nippon Airways Co., Ltd.), JTB USA Inc., Gifu Prefectural Government, H.I.S. International Tours, Inc., Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO), Yamazaki USA Inc., ITO EN (North America) INC., Shiba Park Hotel Co., Ltd., Sugihara Route Promote Association, Tiger Corporation U.S.A., JAL Shopping Americas, Telecom Square USA, Inc., YAMASU, wuhao newyork Inc Tenugui Art, Amnet New York Travel, and IACE TRAVEL New York. Japan Week 2017 will also feature a Social Media Photo contest for the duration of the event. Attendees can participate by posting a photo at the event on their Instagram accounts with #JapanWeekNYC. Five winners will be selected and receive gift baskets of assorted products from some of the Japan Week exhibitors. Follow Japan Week on Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/JapanWeekNY), Twitter (http://www.twitter.com/JapanWeekNY), and Instagram (username@JapanWeekNY) for more details about the contest and join the conversation with #JapanWeekNYC. For more information about Japan Week’s exhibitors and activities, visit http://www.Japanweek.org. ABOUT JAPAN NATIONAL TOURISM ORGANIZATION (JNTO): As the official tourism board of Japan, JNTO is involved in a wide range of promotional activities encouraging international travelers to Japan. For more information on travel to Japan, go to http://www.us.jnto.go.jp.
News Article | February 22, 2017
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News Article | February 5, 2016
Pyongyang has announced it will launch a satellite-bearing rocket sometime between February 8-25, which is around the time of the birthday on February 16 of late leader Kim Jong-Il, father of current supremo Kim Jong-Un. The North insists its space programme is purely scientific in nature, but the United States and allies, including South Korea, say its rocket launches are aimed at developing an inter-continental ballistic missile capable of striking the US mainland. North Korea "will finish preparations for the launch as soon as the next several days", the unidentified US Defense Department official told the Asahi Shimbun. Since Thursday, satellite images have shown increased movement of people and equipment around the launch pad and a fuel storehouse at North Korea's Sohae satellite launch complex in the country's northwest, the official said, according to the Washington-datelined report. The United States judged that fuelling appears to have started as it has been monitoring Pyongyang's movements via military intelligence satellites which can analyse objects as small as 30 centimetres (12 inches), the official was quoted as saying. Given the difficulty in stopping the process once fuelling begins, preparation work normally finishes within several days of that, the official told the Asahi. UN sanctions prohibit North Korea from any use of ballistic missile technology, and the imminent launch would amount to another major violation of UN Security Council resolutions following Pyongyang's fourth nuclear test last month In its formal notification sent to UN agencies, North Korea provided flight coordinates similar to its last successful launch of a three-stage Unha-3 rocket in December 2012. The separated first stage was predicted to fall in the Yellow Sea off the west coast of South Korea, followed by a second stage splashdown in the Philippine Sea. In order to avoid any possible collision, Japanese and South Korean airlines will be rerouting a number of flights during the launch window period. Japan's two biggest airlines—All Nippon Airways and Japan Airlines—said they would be diverting planes that fly over waters off the Philippines. The change will affect three ANA flights—from Tokyo's Haneda airport to Manila, from Manila to Tokyo's Narita International Airport, and from Jakarta in Indonesia to Narita, the airline said. Two JAL flights—one from Jakarta to Narita and another from Narita to Manila—will also be rerouted. South Korea's Transport Ministry said a total of 39 flights to and from the southern resort island of Jeju would be re-routed, involving the country's two main carriers Korean Air and Asiana Airlines, as well some Chinese carriers. Another 36 flights from Korean Air and Asiana will adjust routes to avoid waters off the Philippines, the ministry said, adding that the changes would cause an additional average flight time of six minutes.
News Article | October 17, 2016
Samsung can only point a finger at itself when it comes to taking responsibility for its exploding Note 7 nightmare. While many other smartphone manufacturers test their batteries at independently run labs, a new report revealed that Samsung tested the battery for its Galaxy Note 7 device in-house. It's common for smartphone makers, like Apple for example, to trust third-party companies to conduct testing on its batteries. In fact, in order to be able to sell the device through the major U.S. carriers, manufacturers must test their batteries at a lab that is certified by the CTIA, the U.S. wireless industry's trade group, in order to make sure they meet the standards put in place by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. There are currently 28 labs that are CTIA-certified. But according to a report from the Wall Street Journal, the South Korean company decided to take matters into its own hands since it tested the Note 7 its batteries for self-CTIA certification at its in-house lab. It has been testing its phones in its own lab certified by the CTIA since 2009. In Samsung's defense, its in-house testing facility didn't find any problems with the batteries that came with the original batch of Note 7 phones or the replacements. Of course, this was not really the case after the smartphone was originally recalled globally last month after at least 92 reports of overheating were made since the smartphone launched in August. Then production stopped last week, officially discontinuing the device after reports began to surface that the replacements that were shipped were also allegedly exploding. This means that Samsung is the only one to blame for the serious safety issue and PR disaster that its exploding Note 7 batteries have become. Not to mention that in-house testing could appear to be a conflict of interest. While there clearly has been a problem with the smartphone, Samsung has yet to uncover exactly why some of its Note 7 phones have overheated and caught on fire. The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration has now banned the Galaxy Note 7 from commercial airlines to prevent injury and safety risks. Those with the device will be prohibited from boarding their flight, and those who check in the phone in their luggage can face criminal prosecution. Japan has also followed suit and banned the Note 7 from planes. AirAsia, Singapore Airlines, Qantas, Emirates, Virgin Atlantic, Malaysia Airlines, All Nippon Airways and Air New Zealand have all announced bans on the phone. © 2017 Tech Times, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.
News Article | November 22, 2016
NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--#ANAAirlines--Japan’s largest airline, All Nippon Airways (ANA), has selected Hill+Knowlton Strategies (H+K), as a partner to launch its new U.S. campaign “Welcome to Experience Class™”.