All Nippon Airways careers
All Nippon Airways, or its acronym ANA, is the largest airline in Japan by fleet size. However, it is not the national flag carrier of Japan. As of 2019, the airline has over 260 airplanes in its fleet. It operates a different variety of Airbus and Boeing aircraft. In 2020, a Japanese aircraft, named Mitsubishi MRJ-90 is going to join ANA‘s fleet. After ordering, All Nippon Airways is waiting for around 80 aircraft to be delivered to its fleet, with the various timelines of the completed orders. Meaning a career in All Nippon Airways means a chance to be one of the first people to sit in the cockpit of the Mitsubishi MRJ! In March of 2019, Airbus delivered ANA‘s first Airbus A380, their first Super Jumbo. Two more will follow, bringing the total A380 fleet to 3. Currently, the airline flies to around 100 destinations worldwide and also covers the entirety of Japan, from north to south. It has two hubs in two Tokyo airports – Narita and Haneda. All Nippon Airways is a member of Star Alliance when the airline joined the alliance in 1999. ANA also owns several subsidiary airlines, such as ANA Wings, Air Japan, Vanilla Air, and Peach Aviation. These are regional and low-cost airlines in Japan. In the first half of 2018, All Nippon Airways carried around 25 million passengers to its various destinations. In 2017, Skytrax announced ANA as the third best airline in the world. All Nippon Airways is also known for its fun and interesting liveries, like the ANA Pokemon jet or the Star Wars jets. If you love challenges and you are a dedicated and humble person, consider a career at All Nippon Airways. There are numerous career options available for Pilots, Cabin Crew, and Engineers. Also, you should be inspiring because ANA is the Inspiration of Japan!
All Nippon Airways bases
|All Nippon Airways bases|
|1.||Narita International Airport||Japan|
|3.||Kansai International Airport||Japan|
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All Nippon Airways fleet
|All Nippon Airways fleet|
|15.||Boeing 767-300ERF||4 (cargo)|
|16.||Boeing 767-300BCF||8 (cargo)|