|ANA B787 (Star Wars?) or Lufthansa B747-8?
|Welcome to Japan with Visit Japan Fare and HAnavi.
|Sayonara B747 in Japan, now new era has begun
with B787 which is 35 percent made in Japan,
some says made WITH Japan (^^). Commercial
flights are now available for almost all
|Who worried about B787's batteries?
|ANA is expanding B787's international routes
aggressively, now flying Beijing (PEK), Shanghai
(PVG), Taiwan (TSA not TPE), Singapore (SIN),
Jakarta (CGK), Manila (MNL), Kuala Lumpur
(KUL), Vancouver (YVR), Seattle (SEA), San
Jose (SJC), Brussels (BRU), Dusseldorf (DUS),
Frankfurt (FRA), Munchen (MUC), Paris (CDG),
Sydney (SYD), Mumbai (BOM) and more. This site has all ANA's fleets registered including
Are you waiting for the next generation (small
brother of B787) already? Mitsubishi is currently
building regional jet which will be a competition
to Bombardier and Embraer. Made-in-Japan
jet aircraft will be finally realized after
70 years of World War 2. MRJ is Japan Dream.
As full-servicec-carriers are withdrawing
the big whale A-380 for Japan, both JAL and
ANA are trying to reach your city direct
from Tokyo. JAL introduced Tokyo - Boston
in 2012. ANA is battling with Lufthansa A388/B748
for Frankfurt route with installing the fuel
efficient craft. ANA also started Seattle
(WA) and San Jose (CA) on the west coast
of the USA. Yes, also Dusseldorf (DUS) one
of the major Japanese populated town in Europe,
well, no wonder 2 (two) people were on the
Germanwings lost their lives among with many
nationalities (T_T) Further more, Kuala Lumpur
(KUL), Brussels (BRU) and Sydney (SYD) are
also connected with Tokyo. Air Canada (Haneda
- Toronto - Tel Aviv) also appreciates B787,
United links Tokyo and Denver (CO) as well
as Houston (TX). For long haul routes, ANA
has better Business Class configuration (full flat sleeper seat semi-compartment-style) compare to
the rival Lufthansa's Business Class full flat sleeper seat with touching neighbor's foot while
sleeping?! UA's BusinessFirst (Business Class) has
also fully flat as you can see on this page. Which you'd fly to Japan? Or, do you still
prefer to be on B747 the Jumbo Jet, especially
the upper deck small population privacy?
|Are you a fan of airliners and A380 families? Narita Airport has seven routes
for the big whale (bird), Frankfurt (FRA)
by Lufthansa, Paris (CDG) by Air France , and Singapore (SIN and LAX) by Singapore Airlines. The least seats of ever (more individual
space with only 407 seats in total) by Korean Air, too, which is for Seoul (ICN). Now Thai Airways for Bangkok. Their time schedule for departures
and arrivals are as shown below, all activities
are based on Japan Standard Time. Skymark filed to commence civil rehabilitation process
with cancelling all A380s they firmly ordered.
Dream would not be made over Japan sky with
Skymark. Now they have only B737, bit of
BKK <=> NRT
TG-676 lands 15:50 gate 45or46 terminal 1
TG-677 departs 17:30 gate 45or46 terminal
You are right to be excited to see two A380s
right next each other as they spot side by
side (gate 45 and gate 46). Daily status
can be checked at this site, please. Still have such youth's heart to
And let's find and track your flight on http://www.flightradar24.com/.
Interested in flying cheap in Japan? Please
find LCC information.