The new daily non-stop route flying a Boeing 787-9 (Dreamliner) from Tokyo Haneda Airport to Vienna begins on February 17, 2019.
All Nippon Airways (ANA) is Japan’s largest airline and Star Alliance member. With the new direct connection between Vienna and Tokyo-Haneda, Austria will be included in the route network for the first time. There are currently two daily connections from Frankfurt and each 1 flight from Munich and Düsseldorf.
With Vienna-based flights to 68 other European cities, the Lufthansa Group’s significant presence in the Austrian capital and the airport’s rapid 25 to 50-minute minimum connection time makes reaching other cities on the continent simple and straightforward. Likewise, ANA’s partnership with the Lufthansa group will allow it to meet the increased demand for Japan-bound flights from Austria and neighboring countries such as Germany, Switzerland, Italy and Poland.
The addition of Vienna brings ANA’s total number of European non-stop flights to eight and marks the seventh city in Europe and the 44th *2 city outside Japan to be served by ANA. Flights from Haneda and Vienna will arrive in the early morning, perfect for business travelers and tourists.