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ANA was the first airline to get the Boeing 787 Dreamliner, so when we were in Japan, we knew we had to grab the opportunity to check this plane out!
Bringing the Sky into an Airplane
The Dreamliner was designed to be spacious and give flying a new feel, from the high ceilings and LED lighting to suggest a sky overhead, to the over-sized passenger windows.
All seats have a built-in touchscreen that can not only bring entertainment to your fingertips, they also enable texting from one seat to another. And the windows don't have plastic shades to pull down, they use button-controlled electronic polarization.
State-of-the Art Airborne Bathrooms
Airplane bathrooms are usually tiny and claustrophobia-inducing. Not the ones on the 787 - they're very roomy and even have their own windows.