Flying to Bangkok on AirJapan’s First Flight – A Boarding Report

ANA Holdings has launched its new mid-haul international brand “AirJapan” on February 9, operating its inaugural flight from Tokyo/Narita to Bangkok/Suvarnabhumi (Flight NQ1). This report will introduce the atmosphere onboard this memorable first flight.

The flight landed in Bangkok Suvarnabhumi International Airport at 11:34 PM local time, about 20 minutes behind schedule, and arrived at Gate D7.

Passengers waiting for the return flight NQ2 to Tokyo (leaving Bangkok at 0:15 AM) could be seen through the glass at the gate.

Clearing customs and the crew’s photo session took about 30 minutes, so it was around 0:00 AM local time when exiting to the arrival hall. Considering the late hour and the airport rail link’s schedule, taking a taxi or Grab to the city seems to be the best option.

The spacious seat pitch and open cabin layout promoted by AirJapan made the trip feel less tiring and quite comfortable. With many flights operating to Bangkok from various carriers and Japanese cities, this route is popular among travel enthusiasts. The introduction of a new brand that not only focuses on onboard services but also offers customizable one-way ticket purchases heralds great potential for increasing both inbound and outbound travelers. (Reporting assistance by AirJapan)

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