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ANA announces a new Vienna to Tokyo flight, redeemable with Virgin Atlantic miles

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Japanese airline ANA has announced a new daily service from Vienna to Tokyo. 

This will launch on 17th February.  The timings are:

  • NH206 Vienna 11:50 Tokyo Haneda 06:55 (next day)
  • NH205 Tokyo Haneda 01:55 Vienna 06:00

Anika reviewed the ANA business class service from London to Tokyo and was impressed – see here.

You might not know that ANA is a Virgin Flying Club partner.  Full details are on the Virgin Atlantic website here.  I would imagine that there will be plenty of reward space on this new service, at least whilst it builds up demand, and it would not be a bad way of using your Virgin Flying Club miles.

A return Business Class flight from Europe to Japan on ANA is only 95,000 Virgin Flying Club miles – a steal compared to 180,000 peak day Avios!  You can only book return flights on ANA using Virgin Flying Club miles.

You can find out more on the ANA website here.

ANA announces a new Vienna to Tokyo service

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Comments (119)

  • Stephen says:

    How do people go about booking partner redemptions with Virgin?

    I called through this evening to try and book onto the new Vienna to Tokyo service, but after an hour on the phone, they couldn’t find any availability at all for that route (only some routes with a stop off at Shanghai) for dates in late March or September 2019.

    Is there any way to search availability online, rather than having to speak to someone on the phone?

  • Alan says:

    Perhaps already posted but I see Lloyds Avios now posting to BAEC rather than Avios.com.

  • Jon says:

    For those talking about going to Inverness (and on to the Highlands), I definitely recommend it. Friend and I did a 5 day road trip around northern Scotland this year. It was amazing, with the views (in my opinion) often being way better than those of the much more exotic places I’ve travelled to! We did the North Coast 500, and the associated official tourist website is a really good starting point if you want to know more 🙂

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    OT
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