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ANA wins one honour at the Business Travel Awards 2015

Japan’s largest airline named Best Long-Haul Airline at prestigious industry awards

All Nippon Airways (ANA) last night celebrated a win at the Business Travel Awards 2015, held at the Grosvenor House Hotel, London. 
Japan’s largest airline was awarded by Buying Business Travel magazine in the category of Best Long-Haul Airline. The annual awards recognise and celebrate the achievements of the travel industry's leading businesses that have performed outstandingly over the last 12 months.


The award for Best Long-Haul Airline honours the airline that has delivered consistent and inspired service to their customers. The award is testament to the consistently high level of service provided by ANA’s frontline staff, from the airport to the cabin, and recent enhancements including an expanded international network and more advanced seating to better cater for international passengers choosing to fly with ANA.  

The Business Travel Awards are a key fixture in the industry calendar, bringing together travel's major players to celebrate true excellence. Each year winning entries are carefully selected to identify the highest caliber of services and skills that lie at the heart of a successful travel business, setting a benchmark of quality and excellence.  

Mr. Yutaka Ito, Senior Vice President of ANA EMEA said: “As a respected industry measure of service quality, the award is an important part of ANA's long-term business strategy to become a leading global airline in the long haul business travel category. ANA will continue to raise the bar in terms of quality to achieve this.  

“The last year has truly been an exciting time for ANA, with the launch of the new service between London Heathrow and Tokyo Haneda, new lounge facilities at Haneda Airport and the move to Heathrow’s new Terminal 2 in June. We look forward to further developments this year.”

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