Konnichiwa! Japan’s largest carrier All Nippon Airways (ANA) is now operating a year-round daily service linking Vienna and Tokyo-Haneda.
ANA is returning to Austria after a 17-year absence. Daily flights leave Tokyo at 01:55 and arrive in the Austrian capital at 06:00. The return leg from Vienna leaves at 11:50 and touches down in Tokyo at 06:55. The service is operated by a Boeing 787-9, with 215 seats available in three categories – Business Class, Premium Economy and Economy Class.
Vienna is also an ideal destination for the expansion of ANA’s flight network under the Japanese airline’s joint venture with Austrian Airlines and the Lufthansa Group. Passengers travelling via Vienna benefit from feeder routes from Austrian Airlines, while the Japanese market leader offers people flying to Tokyo access to onward flights to cities all over Japan as well as other destinations in Asia.
Japan is a popular destination: in 2018 passenger movements between Vienna and the Far East were up by 33%. The region is a key growth market, not just for Vienna International Airport, but also Austria as a tourist destination and business location.