For ten years running, All Nippon Airways has received a 5-Star rating from SKYTRAX.
All Nippon Airways (ANA), was awarded the renowned 5-Star rating by the London-based airline rating agency, SKYTRAX. Nippon Airways is the largest airline in Japan. For the last 10 years Nippon Airways has continuously received 5-Star Rating. This makes ANA as one of the most trusted airlines by travelers all over the world.
ANA is the only Japanese airline to have kept its 5-Star rating for ten years running. This is a credit to the hard effort, commitment, and friendliness displayed by the airline’s staff on a daily basis.
5-Star ratings are given to airlines who regularly deliver high-quality service. They are based on a comprehensive assessment of each airline’s in-flight and airport service quality criteria. Only 10 airlines worldwide have earned the highest rating of “5-Star”. ANA is the only airline in Japan to have done so for 10 years running.
Nippon Airways Now Offers new gluten-free, vegan, and vegetarian meals
All Nippon Airways (ANA) also began offering a range of new gluten-free, vegan, and vegetarian meals. This initiative has begun on November 1, 2022.
The action is the most recent in a series that started in March. This is when ANA started serving business class passengers on a few itineraries a plant-based cutlet as part of their nutritious rice bowl. In October, the carrier launched four nutritious in-flight meals, including diabetic, low-fat, low-calorie, and low-salt dishes.
The new vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free meal menus are the result of a partnership between THE CONNOISSEURS Chef Hideki Takayama and chefs from ANA. This demonstrates ANA’s ongoing dedication to enhancing its menu selections to accommodate passengers’ dietary needs.
In Other News of Nippon Airways
Earlier this week, Cambodia’s Minister of Tourism Thong Khon on November 29 had requested for All Nippon Airways Co Ltd to launch the first post-Covid-19 direct commercial flights between Cambodia and Japan. Currently ANA operates direct flights connecting Japan to Thailand and Vietnam.
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All Nippon Airways has experienced a return of around 20% this year. The Japanese carrier’s H1 earnings indicated a reversal into the black. It earned a profit of 19.5 billion yen (S$194.7 million) for the half-year ended September 30. This brought lot of cheers to the investors.
This outcomes are notable given that Japan only recently opened up to individual tourists—on October 11. Whereas the majority of the rest of the globe has been open for at least half the year.
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