Japan’s leading carrier All Nippon Airways
(ANA) recently made public its special Boeing 787 Dreamliner livery. By unveiling the livery, the ANA has announced in a way that it will become the first airline in the world to fly the Boeing 787 Dreamliner.
The livery has been beautifully designed. At the rear of the fuselage the blue lines have been designed to highlight the three core elements of ANA’s service brand and the way in which they operate. ANA’s three core elements are uniqueness, innovation and the inspiration of modern Japan.
The airline said that it will get the special livery painted only on its two Dreamliners. However, the remaining Boeing 787 Dreamliners will be in standard ANA livery.
The ANA in a statement said that it had ordered 55 Boeing 787 Dreamliners and hoped that the first delivery would be made sometime in August or September this year.
Besides the unveiling of the livery, the airline also showcased the interior configuration of the 787 Dreamliner.
The ANA said that its new Business Class will have a staggered seating. Unveiling the new cabin layout, the airline said that its Business Class seats will have fully lay flat beds, and staggered seating that will allow aisle access from each of the seat. Besides, the seats will also be equipped with 17 inch monitors.
The airline further said that there will be two classes – Business Class and Economy Class – for both the long and short haul layouts in the Boeing 787 Dreamliner.
According to the ANA, the Economy Class will be featuring seats that will have fixed backs. The passengers will be able to recline comfortably. The seats in the Economy Class have been configured in such a way that it will not be impeding into the person’s space seated behind the passenger’s seat. Besides, the seats will also be equipped with in-seat entertainment facility, and USB and universal power ports.