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ANA All Nippon Airways
6.8 out of 10  6.8 out of 10
12 reviews

 



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ANA ALL NIPPON AIRWAYS ECONOMY CLASS SEAT REVIEW - BOEING 767-300

Date :   3 March 2014

Review by : A Megha (USA)

Comfort: 3/10

Seat Layout

2x3x2

Legroom

Seat Recline

Seat Width

Viewing TV

Access to seat

Recommended

The bottom portion of the seat slides forward in the reclining mode (instead of reclining back) resulting in an uncomfortable slouching position. My feet/legs fell asleep multiple times and I could not find a comfortable position to sleep, because there was so little room available. Bear in mind, I'm 5'2" so I can't imagine how this would work for someone taller.



ANA ALL NIPPON AIRWAYS ECONOMY CLASS SEAT REVIEW - BOEING 787

Date :   13 January 2014

Review by : N Stash (Singapore)

Comfort: 3/10

Seat Layout

2x4x2

Legroom

Seat Recline

Seat Width

Viewing TV

Access to seat

Recommended

Instead of reclining, the seat bottom would move forward and it didn't give the same impact (at least to me) as reclining - not comfortable on a long flight.



ANA ALL NIPPON AIRWAYS ECONOMY CLASS SEAT REVIEW - BOEING 787

Date :   13 January 2014

Review by : J Osada (Singapore)

Comfort: 3/10

Seat Layout

2x4x2

Legroom

Seat Recline

Seat Width

Viewing TV

Access to seat

Recommended

The seats on ANA 787 Dreamliner do not recline- the seat base slides outwards towards the seat in front of you. Needless to say, this makes a mockery of the "more legroom" selling point, because now passengers have even less legroom when they "recline" their seats. And sliding the seat out from under the chair does not make for a more comfortable seating position, since you slouch in the chair and be just as uncomfortable.



ANA ALL NIPPON AIRWAYS ECONOMY CLASS SEAT REVIEW - BOEING 787

Date :   10 January 2014

Review by : R Ryan (USA)

Comfort: 9/10

Seat Layout

3x3x3

Legroom

Seat Recline

Seat Width

Viewing TV

Access to seat

Recommended

NRT-PEK on the new 787-8. I was stunned how impressive the economy service is. The seats are in a 3x3x3 arrangement and I had a generous amount of room between me and the person next to me. I was very impressed though that on this 3 hour flight they serve a full meal service in economy. The portions are larger then on my flight from SFO-NRT (12 hour flight) on United. The plane did have western movies in English but very limited choices. Staff were over the top friendly.



ANA ALL NIPPON AIRWAYS ECONOMY CLASS SEAT REVIEW - BOEING 777

Date :   15 February 2013

Review by : L Andres (USA)

Comfort: 3/10

Seat Layout

3x3x3

Legroom

Seat Recline

Seat Width

Viewing TV

Access to seat

Recommended

ANA's B777 from NRT-SEA was awful. Small leg room and very uncomfortable seat pitch.




Review:   29 November 2007

Aircraft:  Boeing 777-300

Name:  Ian Widlow

Position:  Aisle

Layout:   3x3x3

PAX size:  Large

Recommended :  No

Comfort Score :  2/10

  Legroom space

777-300 service between SFO and Narita has the most uncomfortable seats of any economy class for Trans-Pacific flights. The recline is okay, but the seats are very stiff, particularly at the front of the bottom cushion. My legs constantly fall asleep in these seats. Please note that the Premium Economy seats on ANA are excellent in every aspect.

  Seat recline

  Seat width

  Viewing TV screen

  Access in/out of seat

Footrest    No



Review:   22 October 2007

Aircraft:  Boeing 777-200

Name:  John Go

Position:  Aisle

Layout:   3x3x3

PAX size:  Large

Recommended :  No

Comfort Score :  1/10

  Legroom space

I'm very skeptical about the claims that their B777 seats have 33" pitch. Worst are seats 26DFG, as close to 2" of pitch is "stolen" from its legroom, for the bulkhead row, 25DFG. This made for a miserable 6 hour flight - the only place my knees would fit, was crammed against the armrests of the seat in front of me. I compared the seat pitch to neighboring seats and this is a problem specific to 26DFG on the B777-200. Echoing a prior commenter - if you are of average western size, also avoid the seats that have the "under seat" electronics box, because you may not be able to extend your legs. However, having said that, ANA claims they are working on moving all these boxes somewhere else.

  Seat recline

  Seat width

  Viewing TV screen

  Access in/out of seat

Footrest    Yes




Review:   18 July 2007

Aircraft:  Boeing 777-300

Name:  Michael Tsai

Position:  Middle

Layout:   2x4x2

PAX size:  Medium

Recommended :  Yes

Comfort Score :  9/10

  Legroom space

ORD to NRT. Premium Economy at the last minute due to overbooked flight. Very generous seat width and 38" seat pitch. I found it much easier to sleep in these seats than in the regular economy seats since these seats came with adjustable back support and business-class style footrests (extend out from the bottom of your seat). I could stretch out my legs to the fullest extent, which I could not do in economy. The power ports in every seat are a plus. AVOD entertainment same as in economy. I would recommend the premium economy section, but I am not sure if I would recommend middle seats. It is important to note that with the aisle seat footrest fully extended, it is hard for whoever in the middle seat to get out.

  Seat recline

  Seat width

  Viewing TV screen

  Access in/out of seat

Footrest    Yes



Review:   18 July 2007

Aircraft:  Boeing 777-300

Name:  Joseph Riordan

Position:  Aisle

Layout:   3x3x3

PAX size:  Medium

Recommended :  No

Comfort Score :  3/10

  Legroom space

Insufficient seat pitch for anyone 5 ft 10 in and average weight. This was a 12 hr flight. All standard inflight reading materials had to be removed from seat pocket so my knees could fit. Video electronics box took away most of my foot space. Folding foot rest helped.

  Seat recline

  Seat width

  Viewing TV screen

  Access in/out of seat

Footrest    No



Review:   16 July 2007

Aircraft:  Boeing 767-300

Name:  Keng Guan Quek

Position:  Aisle

Layout:   2x3x2

PAX size:  Large

Recommended :  Yes

Comfort Score :  8/10

  Legroom space

Although aisle seats are easier to go out than window seats, they have the PTV box under the seats which make it difficult to stretch out your feet. Overall the seats have good pitch and recline. Has headwings on each seat.

  Seat recline

  Seat width

  Viewing TV screen

  Access in/out of seat

Footrest    No



Review:   7 May 2007

Aircraft:  Boeing 777

Name:  Masataka Kurita

Position:  Window

Layout:   3x3x3

PAX size:  Medium

Recommended :  Yes

Comfort Score :  7/10

  Legroom space

Narita to JFK, my seat was 26A which was the emergency seat. Seat pich is almost as same as First class because there are no seat in front of you. Two windows are yours,and your feet is so free that it was easy to sleep.

  Seat recline

  Seat width

  Viewing TV screen

  Access in/out of seat

Footrest    No



Review:   7 May 2007

Aircraft:  Boeing 777-200

Name:  Brian Smith

Position:  Aisle

Layout:   3x3x3

PAX size:  X-large

Recommended :  Maybe

Comfort Score :  5/10

  Legroom space

The seat was better than average overall, but there is no accounting for who is sitting next to you. I had a hog of the arm and the metal separator at the feet.

  Seat recline

  Seat width

  Viewing TV screen

  Access in/out of seat

Footrest    Yes


 
 

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