For the third consecutive year, ANA has been awarded 5-Stars by SKYTRAX, the world's leading airline and airport review specialists (http://www.airlinequality.com/). Only six other airlines across the globe hold this prestigious 5-Star rating and ANA is the only Japanese airline to hold this award.
The award recognizes the consistently high levels of service provided by ANA to customers at all stages of their flight, from the airport to the cabin. It also recognizes the ongoing improvements to service quality that ANA has implemented to meet the needs of its increasingly international customer base.
Service improvements include:
The launch of DINING h, a new restaurant inside the ANA SUITE LOUNGE at the Haneda Airport international terminal. This offers the first-ever restaurant dining service by ANA at an airport lounge in Japan.
Expansion of ANA’s in-flight entertainment channels (movies, audio and other channels), exceeding 300 channels in December 2014 and providing more channels than any other Japanese airline with a variety of languages.
ANA has also welcomed four new members, including two foreign chefs, to The Connoisseurs team, to provide an even larger range of in-flight meal options. ANA has also developed new in-flight menus in collaboration with well-known overseas hotels to improve the quality of in-flight meals on flights departing from overseas airports to Japan.
The Tastes of JAPAN by ANA project continues to develop, incorporating ingredients from 17 Japanese prefectures into in-flight meals and lounge cuisine, contributing to the promotion of tourism to Japan and economic growth in Japan's regions by advertising the appeal of destinations across the country.
Following extensive customer feedback at both check-in and within airport lounges, ANA has improved staff training and adapted its services to best meet customer needs.
In addition to mandatory English-language training for all ANA cabin attendants, phrase books in additional languages have been introduced to improve on-board communication with international passengers.© Japan Today