Japanese carrier All Nippon Airways (ANA) will begin offering personal in-flight entertainment (IFE) screens on its domestic flights for the first time, starting this month.
The airline recently took delivery of its first Airbus A321neo, which is scheduled to begin flying on domestic routes to and from Tokyo Haneda Airport from mid-September onwards. The new aircraft is the airline’s first domestic aircraft to be outfitted with personal seat monitors, which are available in both Premium Class and economy.
Overall, the aircraft offer eight Premium Class power-adjustable seats and 186 economy class seats. The airline’s in-flight wifi service is also available on the new aircraft.
ANA is the first Japanese carrier and fourth worldwide to operate the A321neo. In total, 22 of the aircraft will be delivered to the airline by the end of the 2023 financial year alongside eight more A320neos (bringing its total up to 11) and three A380s.