All Nippon Airways (ANA) is set to launch a daily direct service between its base in Tokyo Narita and Brussels from October 25.
The Star Alliance member will serve the route with its new B787-8 aircraft, which it configures with a two-class layout, with 46 seats in business class and 112 in economy.
Flight NH231 will depart Tokyo daily at 1115 and arrive in Brussels at 1515. The return service, flight NH232 will take off from Brussels at 2030 and touch down in the Japanese capital at 1550 the following day.
Currently, ANA does not offer direct links between the two destinations, and passengers travelling between Tokyo and Brussels have to connect either via Vienna (Austrian Airlines), Frankfurt (Lufthansa) or Zurich (Swiss).
Bookings for the service are slated to begin in the next few weeks, once ANA receives government approval for its proposed schedule.
For more information, visit ana.co.jp