Postcard from the Air: ANA Dreamliner at 40,000 Feet

Interior ANA Dreamliner

Postcard from the Air: ANA Dreamliner at 40,000 Feet

Interior ANA Dreamliner

I flew from Seattle to Tokyo on ANA’s inaugural Dreamliner flight.  There was plenty of mood lighting, during boarding as well as this peaceful post-dinner evening lighting.  This aircraft, and ANA’s business class service, has me spoiled about luxury flying.  See more pictures in my Tokyo flickr stream.

3 Responses to “Postcard from the Air: ANA Dreamliner at 40,000 Feet”

  1. Andy Hayes October 3, 2012 at 3:45 pm #

    Awesome! It was pretty comfortable, eh!?

    • Mary Jo Manzanares October 4, 2012 at 1:37 am #

      It was almost like we’re weren’t flying (except for that whole walking off in Japan part). Quiet, good cabin altitude, moisture in air. great lighting, and I even liked the bathrooms.

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