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ANA’s B787 Dreamliner Flies to Vietnam

After launching a direct route between Hanoi-Tokyo (Haneda) in March, Japan’s five-star airline All Nippon Airways has just began using its Boeing Dreamliner 787 model into service for the same destination beginning June 1.

Replacing the using Boeing 767-300ER aircraft initially used for the route, the Dreamliner is Boeing’s most fuel-efficient airliner featuring modern interior design, user-friendly LED lighting system and spacious luggage area. Using its modern jet in Vietnam indicates how ANA considers the Southeast Asian country a potential and important market, and how keen the company is in bringing comfort and quality experience to its customers. All Nippon Airways is the eighth largest airline in the world.

In line with the launch of the new aircraft, the airline offers discounted tickets for services from both Hanoi and HCMC to the Japanese cities of Tokyo, Nagoya, Osaka, and Fukuoka.

Round trip tickets for economy class accommodation were sold for only VND10.6 million (US$500) each for flights from August 19 to September 30, while business class tickets were priced at VND26.5 million ($1,250) each for flights from June 1 to 30. Over 25,000 people registered for a chance to be among 100 passengers on the aircraft’s first flight. One flight departs from each city on the Hanoi – Tokyo route.

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