Our Business Class passengers will receive world-class treatment when flying with ANA. That means elevated service from the moment you arrive at the departure airport, continuing with luxurious and attentive in-flight services, then sending you on your way after arrival.
We strive to make all the steps, from check-in to the boarding gate, as easy and comfortable as possible for our Business Class passengers, including priority check in at some airports. Just look for the Business Class sign.
If you have already checked in online, there is no need to go to the check-in counter. For more information, refer to Online Check-In.
Business Class passengers on ANA-operated international flights are invited to spend time in ANA lounges and ANA-affiliated lounges. Eligibility for lounge access and service details vary by airport.
Business Class passengers can use ANA LOUNGE at Tokyo Haneda, Narita, Kansai or Honolulu Airport. At other airports, you can use designated business class lounges. Find out more about Lounge Information.
Our Business Class seats offer world-class comfort and functionality. Depending on the aircraft, seats feature fully flat seats, doors for privacy, large LCD wide-screen monitors, closets for storage, and much more. Explore our Business Class options below.
ANA’s carefully curated menus are thoughtfully presented by our team of internationally renowned chefs, passionate beverage specialists and world-class experts.
Find out more about The Connoisseurs.
Business Class passengers can pre-order their preferred meal. For Tokyo departures on certain routes, passengers can also choose collaboration menus served on other routes. Get the detail of the Pre-Order Meal Service.
Made with the finest and freshest seasonal ingredients for gorgeous flavor, our Business Class cuisine is planned and executed by prominent chefs from inside and outside Japan.
Here, you will find menu excerpts for Japan departures from March to May 2020.
For information on children’s meals and meals meeting specific health or religious dietary requirements, please see Children’s and Other Special Meals.
We invite you to enjoy these meals created by some of the Japan and the world’s most renowned chefs.
We’re highlighting the ingredients and aromas of spring to create deliciously beautiful and well-balanced meals. The star of the appetizer is the Kosode sushi, featuring seasonal masu salmon. The small simmered pork bowl combines kakuni (braised pork) with the sour flavor of ume plums for a wonderfully fresh dish and is garnished with crunchy minced ume plum, providing the perfect touch of color. The main dish is steamed sweet snapper and grilled yomogi tofu with a hint of the fragrances of spring. The elegant and light taste of the sweet snapper is complimented beautifully with a crab paste full of umami flavor.
Applicable Routes: Routes from Narita/Haneda to North America (excluding Honolulu), Europe, Mexico and Oceania (excluding some flights)
This menu was created in collaboration with Chef Masayasu Yonemura, whose restaurant, Yonemura, is published in the “Michelin Guide Kyoto-Osaka 2020.” This appetizer is an assortment of unique gems, including clam meat with kiwi miso and matcha-scented sandwiches. The main dish combines a beef fillet steak with savory sautéed leek and a wasabi-flavored light, cold sauce.
Applicable Routes: Routes from Narita/Haneda to Thailand, Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia (excluding late-night flights) and India
Praised as the “Picasso of the patisserie world,” Pierre was awarded The World’s Best Pastry Chef from the World’s 50 Best Restaurant Academy. His creations are acclaimed by sweets lovers around the world, and he hopes you enjoy his creative world of taste, sensibility and delight.
Applicable Routes: Routes From Narita/Haneda to North America, Mexico, Oceania and Asia (excluding some flights)
We invite you to enjoy these light dishes whenever you want during your flight. You will also find these dishes are a delicious follow-up to alcoholic beverages.
Tofu hamburger rolled in a shiitake mushroom with roasted tomatoes
This vegetable dish was created in collaboration with Chef Masayasu Yonemura, whose restaurant, Yonemura, is published in the “Michelin Guide Kyoto-Osaka 2020.” The soybean meat containing kombu kelp stock is stuffed inside a jumbo shiitake mushroom in the style of a hamburger and topped with Japanese starchy sauce. The texture and taste are just so that it could easily be mistaken for true meat dish.
Applicable Routes: Routes from Narita/Haneda to North America (excluding Honolulu), Mexico and Europe (excluding Vladivostok)
Rich-Tasting Miso Ramen “Daichi”
No meat is used in to produce these noodles. Instead, soybeans are used to create a topping with the texture and flavor of meat, making the ramen even healthier. The noodles used in the dish are also unique, as they are cut into flat strips. Savor the depth and richness of the nostalgic miso flavor.
Applicable Routes: Routes from North America (excluding Honolulu) to Narita/Haneda, and routes between Narita/Haneda and Europe (excluding Vladivostok), Oceania, India, Malaysia, Thailand, Singapore and Indonesia
Tonkotsu (Pork Broth) Ramen “Soraton”
Savor this luscious combination of thick broth, extra-thin noodles and fragrant sesame-based oil.
Applicable Routes: Routes from Narita/Haneda to North America (excluding Honolulu) and flights to/from Mexico
Rice Crackers “Arare” (vegetarian and halal-certified, gluten-free)
Tsukiji Gindaco Takoyaki
Sangenton Pork Cutlet and Curry with Steamed Rice
Sit back and relax on board with one of our Business Class beverages. ANA staff and external advisors carefully select each offering.
The finest red and white wines from top caliber wineries around the world have been selected to complement our First Class menu.
Around 2,000 brands of wine from 15 countries competed to be served by ANA. Find out more about our Premium Wine Selection.
Champagne Duval-Leroy Brut Réserve
A family owned Champagne house since 1859, Duval Leroy is well implanted in the heart of the region, especially in Côte des Blancs. The Brut Reserve is a vinous Champagne, with dry fruit, sweet apple and pastry flavors. On the palate, the attack is broad, then the bubbles are very fine and the mousse is creamy and fresh. The persistent and salty finish is lifted with notes of sweet spices, biscuit and white bread. Grapes: Pinot Noir, Meunier, Chardonnay.
Business Class on North America (excluding Hawaii), Mexico, Europe (excluding Vladivostok) and Oceania routes
Chateau Souverain Merlot 2017
Château Souverain is an old estate in the Alexander Valley in California. The winemaker Ed Killian has been making wine in the region for 25 years and knows exactly where to source the best grapes for the signature cuvées. This is a very harmonious Californian Merlot, expressive, with an intense bouquet combining minty, smoky and red plum notes. The palate is velvety, with fine grained tannins, moderate acidity, eucalyptus, black olive, savory and ripe strawberry tones. Grape: Merlot.
Business Class on North America (excluding Hawaii), Mexico, and Oceania routes
Domaine Verget Mâcon-Villages Grand Élevage 2018
Vinified at a domaine founded by Jean-Marie Guffens in the belief that “the best wine is made using the best grapes.” Influential wine critics around the world laud Verget as a paradigm of a great white wine. Lemonade aromas intermingle with honey notes and a flowery hawthorn fragrance. Vibrant acidity complements delicate sweetness. Grape: Chardonnay.
Available Routes: Business Class on Europe routes (excluding Vladivostok)
Shichida Junmai Daiginjo
TENZAN Sake Brewery, Saga
The finest sake under the “Shichida” label, produced at Tenzan Sake Brewery by the Ariake Sea of Kyushu. Brewed with highly polished (45%) Yamada Nishiki rice and spring water from a Mt. Tenzan stream where fireflies dance in summer. A mellow, subtle brew with fruity ginjo aromas balanced by a flamboyant rice umami. 16% ABV.
Available Time Period: March to May 2020
Available Routes: Business Class on North America (excluding Hawaii), Mexico, Europe (excluding Vladivostok), Oceania, India, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia routes
MASUDA SAKE COMPANY LTD., Toyama
From a Toyama brewery founded in a flourishing port town in 1893. “Masuizumi” is an auspicious portmanteau of “Masuda,” the brewer’s surname, and “izumi,” the word for fountain. A pure-rice sake with ever-developing richness. Full rice umami infuses melon and banana aromas. 15% ABV.
Available Time Period: March to May 2020
Available Routes: Business Class on North America (excluding Hawaii), Mexico, Europe (excluding Vladivostok) and Oceania routes
Noguchi Naohiko Sake Institute “Yamahai Miyama Nishiki”
Noguchi Naohiko Sake Institute Inc., Ishikawa
Japan’s “god of brewing,” Naohiko Noguchi has launched a brewery to capstone his seven-decade dedication to the art of great sake. This crisp yamahai sake has calm berry aromas and a soft palate. A delightful balance of acidity and umami, with herbal breeziness throughout. 19% ABV.
Available Time Period: March to May 2020
Available Routes: Business Class on Hawaii, India, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia routes
Onuma Brewery, Miyagi
Onuma Brewery was established in 1712 at a rural village in the Miyagi prefecture located at the foot of the Zao Mountains. Inheriting 300-years of tradition and authenticity, this Junmai sake is made with local rice “Sasanishiki” which has gentle nose with clear umami and refreshing flavors. 15% ABV.
Available Time Period: March to May 2020
Available Routes: Business Class on Vietnam, Cambodia, Myanmar, Philippines and East Asia routes
Koiwai additive-free blended vegetable & fruit juice
This drink is made without added flavors or salt from a mix of 32 fruits and vegetables.
Available Routes: Business Class on North America, Europe (excluding Vladivostok), Mexico, Oceania, Southeast Asia (excluding Philippines) and India routes
Our very special brew is made with coffee beans from sustainable Rainforest Alliance Certified* farms in Brazil. Green seeds are removed after the pulp of the coffee cherry dries. The natural processing of beans produces a gentle fruity sweetness in the coffee. The bean cores roast softly in tender waves of heat, developing a fragrance of roasted nuts and a semi-sweet lingering finish reminiscent of caramel.
ANA offers a wide selection of special meals for children and babies. We also have meals for passengers with specific dietary requirements for health or religious reasons, and for those with diet restrictions. Most require advance notice.
Get the details about Children’s and Other Special Meals.
Business Class passengers can subscribe to in-flight ANA Wi-Fi Service for as little as $4.95 for a half-hour, depending on the aircraft. Full-flight plans are also available starting at $19.95. See details on ANA Wi-Fi Service.
Flying in Business Class also means you can enjoy our in-flight entertainment in style with large LCD or 4K monitors that make it feel like home. Preview the movie, TV and video options on your flight.
Business Class passengers can subscribe to in-flight Wi-Fi Service for as little as $4.95 for a half-hour, depending on the aircraft. Full-flight plans are also available starting at $19.95.
Business Class passengers can rent an external laptop battery for use on aircraft where there is no in-seat power in Business Class. Get the detail on renting an external battery.
Your comfortable Business Class seat is perfect for sitting back and doing a little shopping. ANA SKY SHOP, ANA’s in-flight duty-free shopping selection, features a wide variety of products only available as duty free. You can even save by paying with your ANA card.
To create a relaxing experience in the sky, ANA offers a selection of comfortable and useful amenities to our Business Class passengers. Feel free to request them from one of our cabin attendants.
Our new comforter features Maruhachi Mawata feather down. The new pillow boasts two layers—one filled with feather down for an airy, fluffy quality, and the other made from soft, springy polyurethane foam—for a completely unique feel. Our bed pad is a version of Nishikawa Sangyo's Air Cyclone®, which has been customized to fit our Business Class staggered seats perfectly. It boasts three special layers and the optimal degree of resilience, allowing you to turn over in your sleep easily. With excellent breathability, it also enables you to enjoy an incredibly comfortable slumber. The reverse side of the mattress is slip-resistant, meaning you can also use it as a seat cushion while sitting upright in your seat.
We use Nishikawa's Air Cyclone® bed pad, which won a Japanese Good Design Award in 2012. Air comprises 96% of the bed pad, providing excellent breathability and quick-dry features. The air cushion ensures fantastic support in any positions, allowing you to feel as comfortable as if you were resting on a cloud.
New bed pads will be introduced on flights equipped with ANA BUSINESS STAGGERED seats only.
Our down comforter offers a supreme level of comfort and hygiene, with all feathers having been carefully washed and dried at a high temperature at a Maruhachi Group factory within Japan. Down comforters boast excellent moisture absorption and desorption, allowing you to enjoy an even more comfortable rest.
The pillow comprises two layers: one filled with the high-quality feather down, and the other made from polyurethane foam. The feather down side is airy and fluffy, while the polyurethane foam side is soft and springy, giving this pillow a completely unique feel. Use these different sides to suit your needs. The pillow case boasts 100% pure Egyptian cotton and is soft to the touch, ensuring a good night's slumber.
Available Routes: Routes from Japan to the U.S.A., Canada, Mexico, Europe (excluding Vladivostok) and Oceania
Our amenity kit by Globe-Trotter, the British luggage brand with a history spanning more than 120 years, comes complete with a set of popular items from the Japanese cosmetics brand SHIRO, plus a travel-friendly face mist and a moisturizing lip balm. Includes:
Note: Kit designs and colors may vary depending on the time of year.
Available Routes: Routes from Japan to the U.S.A. (excluding Honolulu), Canada, Mexico, Europe (excluding Vladivostok) and Oceania