- B747-400 (287 seats) - 0.0
- B737-700ER (Config. 1) - 0.0
- B787 (Regional) - 0.0
- B787 (Domestic) - 0.0
- B767-300ER (214 seats) - 0.0
- B777-200ER (306 seats) - 0.0
- B777-200ER (223 seats) - 7.6
- B777-300ER (247 seats) - 8.6
- B747-400 (323 seats) - 0.0
- A320 - 0.0
- B777-300ER (262 seats) - 0.0
- B787 (International) - 0.0
- A320 (2 class config.) - 0.0
- B737-700ER (Config. 2) - 0.0
ANA was the launch customer for the Boeing 787 Dreamliner, with the first delivery of a total 66 aircraft taking place in October 2011.
Scheduled flights on the 787 will began on November 1 from Tokyo's Haneda airport to Okayama and Hiroshima and international routes to Beijing and Frankfurt soon followed.
ANA operates the aircraft in three different short and long-haul layouts, all featuring two classes. ANA will fit its first 787s for regional and domestic operations, with long-haul aircraft having fewer seats.
The first configuration to be revealed features 12 Sicma Majesty business class recliner seats and economy in a 2-4-2 layout with a 34-inch pitch.
For international long-haul operations ANA will offer 46 Sicma Skylounge fully flat Business class seats in a staggered 1-2-1 and 1-1-1 layout, and 112 economy class seats.
The domestic version has economy configured in a more compact 3-3-3 configuration.
The aircraft will also be fitted with an economy class bar underneath the signature 787 LED-lit archway (located in between rows 5 and 6 on the seat plan), plus female-only lavatories in all cabins. All toilets will have a bidet facility. All passengers will have Panasonic in-flight entertainment on demand.
Future innovations may include a premium economy cabin on this aircraft.