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All Nippon Airways (ANA)

All Nippon Airways (ANA) is one of the largest airlines in Japan, with its headquarters in Shiodome. The main hubs are located in Tokyo – Haneda and Narita. The majority of ANA’s connections are to be found in Asia, but they also offer several flights to North America and Europe. Together with other major airlines, ANA is a part of the global alliance Star Alliance.



ANA market distribution on each continent.

ANA 30 days of scheduled flights

The graph shows thenumber of scheduled flights per day. The bars are divided between domestic and international flights.

ANA airports

Number of routes on some of the biggest ANA airports.
Most popular flight routesPOPULAR

ANA operates over 250 flight routes. Here are the most popular.

From     To  
HND Tokyo Sapporo CTS  »
FUK Fukuoka Tokyo HND  »
OKA Okinawa Tokyo HND  »
ITM Osaka Tokyo HND  »
HND Tokyo Miyazaki KMI  »
HND Tokyo Kagoshima KOJ  »
HND Tokyo Kumamoto KMJ  »
OKA Okinawa Fukuoka FUK  »
HND Tokyo Kitakyushu KKJ  »
HND Tokyo Nagasaki NGS  »
NGO Nagoya Fukuoka FUK  »
HND Tokyo Hiroshima HIJ  »
ITM Osaka Matsuyama MYJ  »
HND Tokyo Osaka KIX  »
HND Tokyo Oita OIT  »
OKA Okinawa Ishigaki ISG  »
CTS Sapporo Sendai SDJ  »
ITM Osaka Sendai SDJ  »
FUK Fukuoka Miyazaki KMI  »
CTS Sapporo Osaka ITM  »
Based on the number of flight departures in January 2024.
ANA Aircrafts

Aircraft models scheduled to fly with ANA.

Aircraft model Flights
Boeing 737-800 Passenger 6489
De Havilland (Bombardier) DHC-8 Dash 8 5563
Boeing 737 Passenger 3723
Airbus A321 3342
Airbus A320 3308
Boeing 787-8 2147
ATR 42 / ATR 72 1995
Boeing 787-9 1987
Boeing 787 1920
Canadair (Bombardier) Regional Jet 700 and Challenger 870 1736
Boeing 767 Passenger 1452
Boeing 777-200 / 200ER 1147
Boeing 767-300 Passenger 824
Boeing 777-300 436
Boeing 777-300ER 434
De Havilland (Bombardier) DHC-8-200 Dash 8 / 8Q 188
Boeing 787-10 186
Airbus A380-800 Passenger 124

ANA airports

Sorted by the number of departing flights next month.

An airline hub is an airport where the airline has a heavy presence and normally some kind of headquarters. On the other hand, a focus city is a destination where the airline operates limited point-to-point routes. In these cities, the airline doesn’t necessarily need to have an office (even though this sometimes is the case). Many low-cost airlines don't use the definition 'hub' but instead define their main airports of operations as an operating base.