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August 23, 2011

ANA Announces First Routes for New 787 Dreamliner

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All Nippon Airlines on Tuesday announced the first routes on which it will use its new Boeing 787 Dreamliner, with Beijing, Frankfurt, Okayama, Hiroshima and Hong Kong all getting visits in the first months of service.

ANA's first Boeing 787 Dreamliner at an August rollout ceremony

ANA's first Boeing 787 Dreamliner at an August rollout ceremony. (Photo by Nate Strong/NYCAviation)

Beginning November 1, the world’s first commercially operated 787 will fly domestic routes within Japan, from Tokyo’s Haneda Airport to Okayama and Hiroshima.


NH651 Departs Haneda 07:30 – Arrives Okayama 08:50
NH654 Departs Okayama 10:15 – Arrives Haneda 11:30

NH683 Departs Haneda 16:15 – Arrives Hiroshima 17:45
NH686 Departs Hiroshima 19:20 – Arrives Haneda 20:40

The first regular international service will connect Tokyo-Haneda and Beijing in December once a week. In February, the first long-haul 787 flights will fly daily from Tokyo-Haneda to Frankfurt.


NH203 Departs Haneda 01:00 – Arrives Frankfurt 05:25
NH204 Departs Frankfurt 11:15 – Arrives Haneda 06:45 (+1)

ANA will also fly a special charter flight from Narita to Hong Kong and back on October 26-27. Business Class seats will be sold via an auction system, with profits benefitting Conservation International and The Organization for Industrial, Spiritual and Cultural Advancement. A lottery system will determine who gets to sit in Economy Class.

Special excursion flights will also be flown between Narita and Hong Kong on October 28-29, though details for these have not yet been revealed. Time tables and sales information will be published in September on ANA’s website.

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