Air Japan, the new airline brand revealed in March 2022 for medium-haul international routes under ANA Holdings Inc., today unveiled select products and services to be introduced on its inaugural flights.
Air Japan intends to begin operating flights in February 2024 and expand its network over time, focusing on destinations in Asia.
"At Air Japan, we are dedicated to the passion of our passenger's pursuits, which inspires us to create inflight products and services to foster the innovative spirit of those flying with us," said Hideki Mineguchi, President of Air Japan. "We hope the launch of these new amenities create a unique and outstanding travel experience for our passengers."
Air Japan Seats
The cabin will be configured with 324 economy class seats made of premium Japanese faux leather, renowned for its lightweight, durable and soft texture.
As an added convenience, Type-A and Type-C USB ports and tablet holders are provided.
The cabin interior and seats were designed by the British design company Acumen Design Associates. The manufacturing was led by Safran.
Air Japan's cabin crew uniforms have been designed to express the brand's "Fly Thoughtful" philosophy to value the unique qualities of their cabin crew. The cabin crew were involved from the earliest planning stages of the new uniforms, resulting in a design that embodies the brand's core values of kindness to all.
Notably, the uniforms have a borderless design, promoting a diverse and inclusive workforce by incorporating gender-neutral options and enabling variations in coordination.
- Variations in the uniforms allow cabin attendants the flexibility to dress in their own unique way. There will be two types of bottoms- skirts and pants, and a choice of sneakers or leather shoes.
- The design which includes traditional Japanese cultural elements such as knots and layers immerse passengers in Japanese culture from the moment of boarding. The knot is represented by the brand's color belt. A beautiful natural overlapping pattern was designed along the hem of the skirt and the sleeves.
- As part of Air Japan's commitment to sustainability, cabin crew uniforms will be made partly from plant-based fabrics.
Inflight Meals and Drinks
Air Japan's inflight meal service aims to create an unforgettable experience for our overseas customers and their trips to Japan with the hope that they will revisit Japan in the future. As well as that, the meal service will help our Japanese customers rediscover the authentic tastes of Japan and feel like home.
Air Japan will offer menus for a set fee that may be reserved online in advance. As well as that, they will provide meals and snacks that can be purchased during the flight.
The exact menu selection will be announced once tickets go on sale.