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ANA offers First Class customers helicopter rides in Tokyo.


Japanese airline ANA said on Thursday that from 16 September 2009 it will be offering First Class passengers travelling to Tokyo complimentary luxury helicopter rides, following an agreement with Mori Building City Air Services (MCAS).

The helicopter rides, operated with a Eurocopter EC135 which seats four to five passengers, will transport First Class customers from Narita Airport to the centre of Tokyo in 30 minutes.

Passengers will be taken by car from Narita Airport on a 15 minute drive to Narita (Sakura) Heliport, where they will take a 15 minute flight to Ark Hills Heliport in centrally located Akasaka.

The offer will be available until 31 March 2010 for First Class round-trip passengers returning to Tokyo on ANA-operated flights from New York, Chicago, San Francisco, Los Angeles, London, Paris and Frankfurt.

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Date:Aug 20, 2009
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