Revamped Boeing 777-300ER set to start service on route connecting Tokyo and New York starting on November 8.

Aircraft will feature new First Class and Business Class seats previously only available on Tokyo-London route.

All Nippon Airways (ANA), Japan’s largest and 5-Star airline for seven consecutive years, is bringing its revamped Boeing 777-300ER — designed in collaboration with famed architect Kengo KumaOpens in a new window and leading British design firm Acumen — to the Tokyo-New York route. The first flight from Tokyo will be NH110 (Tokyo/Haneda-New York) and the first out of New York will be NH9 (New York-Tokyo/Narita). Both flights will be departing on November 8th in their respective local time zones*1.

Featuring the latest technology and an array of advanced comfort-enhancing features, the upgraded interiors of this aircraft offers first-rate comfort and convenience to all passengers. Already well received by passengers traveling between Haneda and LondonOpens in a new window, these renovated interiors underscore ANA’s innovation at the crucial meeting point between cutting edge technology and customer-centric service.

“ANA is again raising the bar by bringing its top-of-the-line Boeing 777-300ER to the Tokyo-New York route,” said Seiichi Takahashi, Senior Vice President of ANA. “We sought to strike a balance between trendy design and timeless elements to create an interior that will appeal to all of our passengers and revolutionize the flight experience. Our goal is to increase comfort and make the travel experience feel as luxurious as possible. By combining design breakthroughs with our famous commitment to service, this aircraft is an important step in our never-ending drive to perfect the travel experience.”

Given the popularity of these aircraft and ANA’s commitment to continually improving service, ANA is planning to bring the redesigned Boeing 777-300ER to the Tokyo/Haneda-Frankfurt in 2020 winter schedule.