Japan’s All Nippon Airways (ANA), the launch customer of Boeing’s 787 Dreamliner, began its Seattle-Tokyo Dreamliner service on October 1. The aircraft’s business class has direct aisle access for all passengers and comfortable and spacious 19-inch seats (44-inch seat-pitch) that can be converted into lie-flat beds. The economy seating has a 34-inch seat pitch.
The business class seats’ features include three gadget charging/connectivity options – a USB port, iPod connector, and power port – and a large tray table. The windows are self-darkening with adjustable controls. Business-class also has a much larger lavatory compared to other aircraft. The overall experience is pleasant and the cabin feels less dry due to higher possible air pressure in Dreamliners.
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ANA’s 787 Dreamliner is a Traveler’s Dream