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All Nippon Airways

Want to explore the Far East comfortably? Then All Nippon Airways is the airline for you. All Nippon Airways, or ANA, is the largest airline in Japan. With a superior Premium Economy Class and daily flights from Brussels to Tokyo, there is no better start to your journey! All Nippon Airways flies to a total of 41 international destinations and as many as 50 nationwide. From September, there will be an additional destination: Phnom Perth, Cambodia.

Flight tickets All Nippon Airways

All fares are per person, in Euro and ‘as from’. They are subject to availability and change without prior notice. All pre-payable taxes are included. File charges (from €15/p.p.) and cancellation and/or travel insurance are not included. Airport taxes may differ according to the departure date, booking class and flight route.

Why All Nippon Airways?

Biggest airline in Japan - Rated 5 stars by Skytrax - Direct flights from Brussels to Tokyo with luxurious Dreamliner - Super advantage: travel in Premium Economy with access to the ANA lounges! - Extra early check-in with the Auto Check-in function - Best airport service worldwide (Skytrax, 2015) - Generous luggage allowance - Member of the Star Alliance - Best staff in Asia (Skytrax, 2015)

Flights from Brussels

All Nippon Airways flies directly from Brussels to Japan! Moreover, you won’t do so in just any airplane, but in a beautiful, hypermodern Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner. ANA flies from Brussels to Tokyo daily.

Check in

Checking in at All Nippon Airways is possible from 24 hours prior to departure. If you check in online, however, you can register even earlier (the ‘Auto Check-in’ function). ANA will send you a notification email with your boarding pass 24 hours prior to departure, and you’re ready to go. Super easy! Of course, you can print your boarding pass at the check-in counter or the self-service check-in desks. Please note that the check-in for international flights will close 75 minutes before flight departure.


All Nippon Airways checked baggage can measure up to 158 cm (l + w + h) apiece. You can bring the following baggage free of charge:
Economy Class & Premium Economy: 2 pieces of checked baggage of maximum 23 kg apiece. For flights from and to Brazil with a connecting ANA flight within 24 hours, 32 kg apiece is allowed. Passengers must fly over the Pacific Ocean when travelling to/from Brazil.

Business Class: 2 pieces of checked baggage of maximum 32 kg apiece.

First Class: 3 pieces of checked baggage of maximum 32 kg apiece.

For all classes, 1 piece of cabin baggage of max. 115 cm (l + w + h) and 55 x 40 x 24 cm is allowed. In addition, you can take 1 personal item (handbag, laptop, camera, umbrella, etc.) into the cabin. Your total cabin baggage (including personal item) can’t weigh over 10 kg.

Frequent flyer passengers can, depending on their frequent flyer level, bring extra baggage. You can find the exact allowances in the online overview of the Additional Free Baggage Allowances. Already booked a flight? Your (e)ticket will show you how much baggage you can bring. In addition, you can check your allowed baggage limits on the ‘View Reservations’ webpage. On the All Nippon Airways website, you will find more information on retrieving your baggage limits.

Luggage for children

Children from 8 days up to 2 years old who aren’t travelling in their own seat, can bring maximum 1 piece of checked baggage. The weight and size of this extra piece must fall within the total maximum amount of baggage of the accompanying adult. For children between 2 and 12 and younger children travelling in their own seat, the same limits apply as for adults. In addition, a foldable stroller, children’s seat and travel cot are allowed. Strollers must be checked in and are not allowed into the cabin. ANA will provide you with a loan stroller that you can use until reaching the gate.

Special baggage

Musical instruments and sports equipment are included in the free baggage allowance provided they don’t exceed the standard limits. For instruments and sports equipment that exceed the weight limits, an additional fee will be charged. These extra fees will not be charged if just the maximum dimensions are exceeded (for pieces smaller than 203 cm). For baggage items larger than 203 cm (l + w + h), you should contact the airline in advance. Baggage items larger than 292 cm and/or heavier than 45 kg apiece can’t be checked in. More information can be found in the online overview of rules on baggage.

Liquids and gels

In carry-on luggage, liquids, gels, pastes and aerosols can only be brought in containers of maximum 100 ml (= 100 g) apiece. They must be wrapped in a transparent, re-sealable plastic bag of maximum 1 litre and 20 x 20 cm (maximum 1 per person). Medication, baby milk and food and dietary food are exempt from these requirements. The staff may ask for a prescription of medication taken.

Narita International Airport

Narita International Airport is located in the city of Narita, some 60 km east of central Tokyo, and is the main airport in Japan in terms of international air traffic. 50% of all Japanese flights (passenger transportation) pass through Narita Airport. It’s the second busiest airport in Japan (after Tokyo), and number 10 in the world. From Narita International Airport, you can easily travel by train to the various surrounding towns. The Skyliner connections will get you to Tokyo within 47 minutes; the Narita Express train will take 51 minutes. You can also opt for the intercity bus: the travel time will be 60 minutes. On the airport website, you can find a convenient overview of all routes and travel times.

On the plane

All Nippon Airways passengers can choose between Economy Class, Premium Economy, Business Class and First Class.

If you travel in Economy Class, you’ll not want for anything. The modern Boeing 787 Dreamliner is equipped with adjustable seats with 86 cm of sitting area, private 9-inch touch screen monitor, USB connection and power supply. Provided with all comforts, that is!

Would you like some more amenities? ANA’s unique Premium Economy seats will provide you with a lot of additional luxury! At the airport, you can use Priority Baggage Service and the ANA Lounges, during the flight you will get extra spacious seats. Boeing 787 Dreamliner Premium Economy Class seats have no less than 97 cm of sitting area and are 49 cm wide. Moreover, they are equipped with leg and footrests, oversized table, power supply, USB connection and 10.6-inch touch screen LCD monitor. You will also have more options in terms of meals and drinks.

Looking for even more comfort? Business Class is your way to go. ANA’s Boeing 787-8 aircrafts are equipped with two types of Business Class seats. The ‘Staggered’ seats will get you a wonderfully spacious lounge with a big side table and a normal table, storage space for your shoes and bag, USB connection, power supply and 17-inch touch screen LCD monitor. The seats are adjustable to a complete flat bed for a good night’s sleep. The ANA Business Cradle seats don’t have a complete seating area, but are still fully equipped with 150 cm of sitting area, big table, 12.1-inch touch screen, USB connection and power supply. The seat can be adjusted to a semi-reclining position. During your flight, you can choose one of three delicious meals: Japanese, international and local. You can also order one of the diverse light meals when you feel like a snack.

If you’re travelling in First Class (only available in Boeing 777-300ER aircrafts), you will enjoy your own private space, including a 23-inch touch screen LCD monitor, large dining table & cocktail table, international satellite phone and storage space for your coat, shoes, bag and other belongings.

Of course, you can choose from a large offer of inflight entertainment (only available for seats with interactive screen) to kill time: films, music, games, e-books and SKY LIVE TV.



The All Nippon Airways fleet consists of a total of 257 aircrafts, including the modern Boeing 787-8 and 787-9 Dreamliners. Star Wars fan? ANA currently flies three aircrafts with Star Wars design (from March 2017, that number adds up to four), including a Boeing 787 that flies to Brussels as well.


Frequent flyer benefits

All Nippon Airways has been a member of the Star Alliance since 1999. Therefore, as an ANA frequent flyer or frequent flyer at one of the other Star Alliance airlines, you will save up points when flying with All Nippon Airways. Of course, you can use diverse frequent flyer benefits during your ANA flight. All Nippon Airways’ own ANA Mileage Club frequent flyer programme has more than 26 million members.


All Nippon Airways has received no less than 5 stars from the renowned consultancy firm Skytrax in 2013, 2014 and 2015. In 2015, ANA has also won the Skytrax World Airline Award for ‘World’s Best Airport Services’ (2nd consecutive year) and ‘Best Airline Staff in Asia’. In 2013, ANA received the Skytrax award for cleanest cabins; in the same year the airline was voted ‘Airline of the Year’ by Air Transport World Magazines.


The information on this page is not legally binding. The information provided is subject to change. Airlines change their conditions regularly; visit the airline website for the latest information. Prices are starting prices, per person and in euros. Rates are subject to availability on return flights, including pre-pay airport taxes and excluding file charges (from € 12 pp), cancellation or all-in insurance. Because airport taxes depend on departure date, booking class and flight route, they can fluctuate compared to the rates mentioned here.