All Nippon Airways (ANA) has completely redesigned the cabins in their 777 planes, the upgrade gives travellers more comfort and convenience while showcasing their inspiration of Japan.
The new business class seat, The Room, was at the heart of ANA’s investment. Inspired by Japanese living spaces, The Room gives travellers more privacy than ever with flexible doors that can be adjusted to give each passenger the right amount of privacy. This also gives customers the option to work or dine with friends, family or colleagues. The combination of front and rear facing seats means that there is more space and comfort, with a place for everything and a seat that is double the width of the previous seats. The wide seats convert into a fully flat bed that is completed with bespoke bedding and tailor-made seat cushion. The business class cabin will also feature new lights that have been inspired by natural sunrise. The lights have been made to improve the comfort and convenience during sleeping, reading and dining.
To complement the new cabins ANA has created a self-service food area, so customers can get up and move around the cabin. The area boasts mini-fridges fully stocked with beverages and snacks for travellers to enjoy at any time.
ANA has also invested in their first class seat, The Suite, is the most spacious fully enclosed seating ever see on an ANA aircraft. New features include privacy-enhancing doors, a 43-inch screen and moveable partitions for maximum privacy.
The new cabin design will be rolled out on a total of 12 777 to start with and will begin service on the 2nd of August on the Toyko-London route.