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AirJapan to Commence Service Between Tokyo Narita and Bangkok From February 2024

Starting February 9, 2024, Air Japan, ANA’s new medium-haul international brand, will start new service between Tokyo-Narita and Bangkok. Flights will operate six times weekly with one-way fares from 15,500 yen (US $109).


AirJapan Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner Rendering - Courtesy AirJapan

On Wednesday (August 2, 2023), ANA announced that their international medium-haul subsidiary, Air Japan, will start new service between Tokyo-Narita (NRT) and Bangkok, Thailand (BKK) starting Fenruary 9, 2024. The route will depart Tokyo daily except Tuesdays at 17:55 and will arrive in Bangkok at 23:15. The return flight departs Bangkok daily except Wednesdays at 00:15 and arrives in Tokyo at 08:10. One-way fares on the route are now available from booking starting at 15,500 yen (US $109). Guests traveling to Bangkok can pre-purchase meals from a selection of 13 different choices at the time of reservation, and will also enjoy a range of inflight purchase options.

In Wednesday’s announcement, AirJapan’s President, Hideki Mineguchi, said,


"It is our hope that by launching AirJapan, we can showcase the very best of Japan from inside the cabin to enhance their travel journey. We are excited and eagerly anticipate welcoming passengers onboard to experience the exceptional journey that AirJapan offers."


Under the concept ‘Fly Thoughtful’, AirJapan will cater to business and leisure travelers by offering a wide range of services and fare options, supporting the Japanese Government’s goal of attracting 60 million foreign visitors by 2030. The airline will offer ANA Group’s full-service quality, while delivering the flexibility, convenience and value of a low-cost carrier (LCC). In addition to pre-purchase and inflight meal purchase options, AirJapan offers onboard Wi-Fi, comfortable seats with ample legroom, and select amenities available for purchase such as blankets and a variety of bespoke goods.


AirJapan's Schedule and Fares From Tokyo-Narita to Bangkok - Courtesy ANA


Founded in 1952, ANA has grown to become the largest airline in Japan. The carrier has been a Star Alliance partner since 1999 and currently has joint partnerships with United Airlines, Lufthansa, SWISS and Austrian Airlines. Established in 2013, ANA HOLDINGS INC. is comprised of 69 companies, including ANA and Peach Aviation, the leading LCC in Japan. The ANA Group has approximately 43,000 employees and operates a fleet of over 200 aircraft. Additionally, the carrier was the launch customer and is the largest operator of the Boeing 787 Dreamliner Family aircraft, and is the only Airbus A380 operator in Japan.



Source: All Nippon Airways/AirJapan

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