Today, of course, ANA is both a customer for the A320neo family and for Airbus’ A380 superjumbo
In ANA’s fleet, the A321neo has the potential to transform the carrier’s route network, due to its unique combination of range and (limited) seat capacity. In particular, ANA has been more aggressive than JAL in expanding to Southeast Asia (flights that are a bit too long for current generation narrowbody aircraft). Destinations like Vientiane, Bali, Phuket, Da Nang, Cebu, Surabaya, and even Kolkata in India will now be in reach of ANA’s Tokyo Narita (and Haneda) hubs.
Analysis credit:- airwaysmag.com