All Nippon Airways (ANA) has unveiled the select products and services for its new airline brand – AirJapan – including details related to its aircraft interiors and seats.
In a release, the Tokyo-based ANA Group shared new details of what will be included in the interiors of its Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft designed by British design company Acumen Design Associates.
According to the ANA Group, the cabin include 324 seats in an all-Economy configuration. Made with premium Japanese faux leather, each seat will be manufactured by Safran.
Each seat will provide passengers with a pitch of 32 inches, Type-A/Type-C USB ports, and tablet holders.
Cabin Crew Uniforms, Inflight Menu
ANA Group also revealed new details related to the inflight menu for AirJapan.
According to the ANA Group, AirJapan will offer menus for a set fee that may be reserved online in advance. Meals and snacks can also be purchased while onboard the flight.
The specific menu selection will be announced upon the start of ticket sales.
In addition to the details for the cabin interiors, AirJapan also unveiled its cabin uniforms and Japanese traditional boarding music produced in collaboration with the Tokyo University of the Arts.
“At AirJapan, we are dedicated to the passion of our passenger’s pursuits, which inspires us to create inflight products and services to foster the innovative spirit of those flying with us,” said Hideki Mineguchi, President, AirJapan. “We hope the launch of these new amenities create a unique and outstanding travel experience for our passengers.”
First announced in March 2022, AirJapan is a fully-owned brand under the ANA Group. The airline plans to operate medium-haul international flights from February 2024, along with ANA Group's other budget subsidiary Peach Aviation.