ANA's A380 tours Okinawa and Amami to commemorate World Heritage registration

All Nippon Airways (ANA / NH) ) Conducted a scenic flight to and from Naha Airport on September 25, using the first aircraft (registration code JA381A) of the two-story super-large Airbus A380 “FLYING HONU”. The flight took about an hour and a half to fly over the four regions of Amami Oshima and Tokunoshima in Kagoshima Prefecture, which have been registered as UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) World Natural Heritage Sites, and northern Okinawa Island and Iriomote Island.

Sightseeing flight by ANA’s first A380 taking off from Naha Airport NH2030 flight=September 25, 2009 PHOTO: Tadayuki YOSHIKAWA / Aviation Wire

FLYING HONU, which means “flying sea turtle,” arrived from Narita to Naha on the 24th with a charter of 2 nights and 3 days. Participants in the sightseeing flight on the 25th were recruited separately from the flight from Narita.

The flight number for the sightseeing flight is the same as before, NH2030, with 253 passengers (including 3 infants) and 21 crew members (pilot). With 2 passengers and 19 flight attendants), we departed from Spot 100 at Naha Airport at 1:10 pm and took off from Runway 2 (RWY36L) at 12:52. At an altitude of about 21,000 feet (about 6400 meters), fly from Okinoerabujima to Amami Oshima via Tokunoshima, turn back in front of Amami Airport, and fly over Tokunoshima, Okinoerabujima, and Kumejima, and the second runway at Naha Airport. I landed at (RWY36L) at 3:21 pm and returned to Spot 100 at 12:30.

ANA’s A380 has 520 seats in 4 classes, 8 in first class, 56 in business class and 73 in premium economy. There are 383 seats and economy seats. The travel price for sightseeing flights is 79,800 yen for first class, 49,800 yen for business class window side, 39,800 yen for the aisle side, 39,800 yen for the premium economy window side, 29,800 yen for the aisle side, economy. The class window side was 29,800 yen, the aisle side wing was 22,800 yen, and the aisle side was 14,800 yen.

The return trip between Narita and Naha charter departs Naha around 3:00 pm on the 26th and arrives at Narita around 5:50 pm Expected to do.

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The article about arrival in Naha is Here .

ANA waiting for departure at Naha Airport First A380=September 25, 2009 PHOTO: Tadayuki YOSHIKAWA / Aviation Wire

ANA departing from Naha Airport NH2030 flight for sightseeing flight by the first A380=September 25, 2009 PHOTO: Tadayuki YOSHIKAWA / Aviation Wire

NH2030 flight (below) for sightseeing flight by ANA’s first A380 departing from Naha Airport and F-15 of the Air Self-Defense Force taking off=September 25, 2009 PHOTO: Tadayuki YOSHIKAWA / Aviation Wire

Sightseeing flight by ANA’s first A380, which departs from Naha Airport after being sent off by ANA Group employees NH2030 flight=September 25, 2009 PHOTO: Tadayuki YOSHIKAWA / Aviation Wire

NH2030 flight of ANA’s first A380 departing from Naha Airport=September 2009 25th PHOTO: Tadayuki YOSHIKAWA / Flight Wire

NH2030 flight of ANA’s first A380 flight to Runway 2 at Naha Airport=September 25, 2009 PHOTO: Tadayuki YOSHIKAWA / Aviation Wire

Naha By ANA’s first A380, which takes off from the airport and heads for a scenic flightNH2030 flight=September 25, 2009 PHOTO: Tadayuki YOSHIKAWA / Aviation Wire

NH2030 flight by ANA’s first A380 aircraft landing at Naha Airport after a scenic flight=September 25, 2009 PHOTO: Tadayuki YOSHIKAWA / Flight Wire

NH2030 flight by ANA’s first A380 aircraft landing at Naha Airport after a scenic flight=September 25, 2009 PHOTO: Tadayuki YOSHIKAWA / Aviation Wire

NH2030 flight by ANA’s first A380 aircraft landing at Naha Airport after a scenic flight=September 25, 2009 PHOTO: Tadayuki YOSHIKAWA / Aviation Wire

After the sightseeing flight, go to the 100th spot at Naha Airport NH2030 flight by ANA’s first A380 aircraft=September 25, 2009 PHOTO: Tadayuki YOSHIKAWA / Aviation Wire

Sightseeing flight NH2030 flight by ANA’s first A380 aircraft to land at Naha Airport=September 25, 2009 PHOTO: Tadayuki YOSHIKAWA / Aviation Wire

ANA FLYING HONU Charter Flight in Naha Airport
ANA FLYING HONU Charter Flight Okinawa 2 nights 3 days

All Nippon Airways

First flight to Naha
ANA’s A380 first arrives at Naha 2 nights 3 days from Narita Charter (September 24, 2009)

Narita-New Chitose Charter and Sightseeing Flight

The first New Chitose night parking will also end with ANA’s A380, the first charter with different departures and arrivals

(September 20, 2009)
ANA’s A380 scenic flight in Hokkaido 373 participants (September 19, 2009) (September 19, 2009) ・ ANA, A380 to hold Narita-New Chitose Charter for the first time in 2 years and 3 months (September 18, 2009) ANA, A380 charter at Shimojima Airport October Miyakojima 2-night tour (September 8, 2009)
・ ANA, A380’s first Narita-New Chitose / Naha charter New Chitose sightseeing (July 26, 2009)
ANA’s A380, even in New Chitose, a scenic flight conducted in September (July 26, 2009) Day)
· ANA, A380 Flying Charter over Okinawa / Amami World Natural Heritage Memorial (July 28, 2009)

Special feature on ANA A380 FLYING HONU in-flight
(1) Ensuring privacy in private room first class (19 years May 21st)
(2) Business class with paired seats (May 22, 19)
(3) Relaxing pre-eco (May 23, 19)

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