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Article from BTNews 16 FEBRUARY 2015

ANA new travel class

From March onwards ANA is introducing new travel classes and enhanced in-flight services on flights to Singapore, Bangkok and Jakarta.  ANA is targeting the high volume of business travellers flying between these destinations and the rising demand from international passengers connecting to the wider Southeast Asian and North American ANA network.
 
Passengers will be able to fly Premium Economy on these routes for the first time, offering more space and even greater comfort.  ANA’s Premium Economy service has already proven to be very popular on flights to Europe and North America.

Business Class passengers will also gain an upgrade on flights to and from Singapore, Bangkok and Jakarta and enjoy a wider range of high-quality in-flight cuisine, including the specially created menu from ‘The Connoisseurs’, served individually, course-by-course.

ANA is introducing its highest class of service, First Class, on the Narita-Singapore route, giving passengers the opportunity to enjoy flights in great comfort, privacy and luxury.
 
The Premium Economy product includes 38-inch seat pitch and 19.3-inch seat width equipped with leg rest and foot rests together with universal PC power port, large LCD monitor, USB port and personal light.  Passengers can enjoy sparkling wine, noodles and Business Class wine and dessert, in addition to the Economy Class in-flight menu.  www.ana.co.jp

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