All Nippon Airways
Virgin Atlantic is proud to be a codeshare partner with All Nippon Airways - Japan's largest airline. Our codeshare partnership with All Nippon Airways was established in August 2009.
Our codeshare means that we can connect you to and from Japan and onwards to other destinations from Tokyo. Take a look at the table below for more information. You could also take a peek at our Tokyo Destination Guide for a bit of inspiration.
Destinations we can connect you to
|London Heathrow||Tokyo (Haneda Airport)
|Sapporo (via Tokyo)|
|Sendai (via Tokyo)|
|Osaka (via Tokyo)|
|Fukuoka (via Tokyo)|
|Nagoya (via Tokyo)|
At the airport
All Nippon Airways are located in Terminal 3 at London Heathrow and Haneda International Terminal in Tokyo.
For information on how much baggage you can take when travelling on All Nippon Airways please visit the All Nippon Airways website (opens in a new window).
About All Nippon Airways
All Nippon Airways, which is also known as ANA, was founded in 1958 and is the ninth largest airline in the world by revenue.
ANA was the launch customer for the world’s newest and most advanced passenger aircraft, the Boeing 787 Dreamliner.
On 9 December 2013, All Nippon Airways announced that they will be moving their London service from Tokyo Narita to Tokyo Haneda from flights operated on 30 March 2014 onwards. Virgin Atlantic will codeshare on All Nippon Airways' flight to Tokyo Haneda while maintaining existing services to Tokyo Narita.