Ok Let’s start the review.
From JFK to Narita, the aircraft was B777-300ER. The flight was scheduled to take off at 12:30 p m. The flight was on time and the boarding procedure was very smooth. They actually departed 1o minutes before the schedule time.
The ANA aircraft is equipped with state of art entertainment system.
They aircraft provided a way more than enough legrooms.
ANA flight attendants were always smiling, and it was absolutely a good example of Japanese hospitality.
As soon as seat belt sign was off, they started to serve snack. The snack was Japanese assorted crackers. I choose to drink “KABOSU” drink, which is Japanese lime drink, and made especially for ANA. Both the snack and the drink were wonderful.
After about an hour and half, they started to serve first meal. My choice was Chicken cutlet Milanese. ANA’s food was delicious. It was more filling than I thought it was.
Surprisingly, they also served ice cream, as well!
After the first meal, the lights became dim, and because I took sleeping med, I was already sleepy by the time I was done with the meal.
I guess about at the half of the flight, they served a sandwich as a snack.
The way they seasoned it was really Japanese, and that made me feel at home.
Ok the last meal were served 2 hours and half before the aircraft arrived in Narita Airport.
My choice was scrambled egg with chicken sausage. It tasted real good.!
The flight was actually on time. They made an announcement that at the very moment of taking off, one of the passenger decided to not to get on board and cancelled his/her trip. I never heard anything like that before, but I thought it was really interesting
The second aircraft was B-777-200, which was actually older that I thought it was going to be. But the seat were comfortable, and there was enough leg room.
The service was excellent, and the ANA flight attendants were always smiling, as well.
As you can see, unfortunately, the entertainment system were rather old, and I had a difficulty operating it. But I thought it was enough for 5 1/2 hours flight.
About an hour later after take off, they started to serve dinner. My choice was Japanese Hamburger stake.
Although, ANA flight attendant recommended Japanese food, but to me this is a real Japanese food. I have not had Japanese style Hamburger stake for a while, so it was so satisfying.
OK, about an hour and half before the arrival, surprisingly, they served a danish.
I was surprised that they actually gave out something before landing.
So I am excited. Go ANA!
I will fly to Laos tomorrow, so I will do more reviews as of tomorrow, so check em out, and bon voyage!