ANA to Offer Direct Flights From Japan to Mexico

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ANA has announced the addition of new, direct flights between Tokyo’s Narita Airport and Mexico City, Mexico, starting February 15, 2017. The new route makes ANA the first airline to operate directly between Japan and Mexico.

The new route will become ANA’s longest flight, and is to be operated using a Boeing Dreamliner 787-8. The addition of the route makes Mexico the 42nd international destination in ANA’s worldwide network.

The daily flights will depart Narita at 4:40 p.m. arrive in Mexico City at 1:55 p.m., local time. Flights will depart Mexico City at 1:00 a.m. and arrive at Narita at 7:35 a.m., local time. The Boeing 787-8 has 46 Business Class seats and 123 Economy Class seats.


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The new routes will increase convenience and flexibility for both leisure and business travelers between the two countries, as well as for passengers from other Asian locations transferring at Narita Airport.


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