Great review of SJC-NRT ANA flight on 787

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  1. Aditya Vyas
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    http://airchive.com/blog/2013/06/02/ana787-sjc-nrt/


    You have to scroll little down but found this very entertaining and plenty of pictures. Didn't realize they have toto toilets on ANA 787 would like to see what others have ;). As always ANA service is excellent with one of best meals available. Would like to try out this pretty soon. As one experienced recent 787 travels?
     
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    Was on this flight. It was awesome. After a few glasses of wine, tried out the robot toilet too.
     
  3. Aditya Vyas
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    Nice! Need to get a trip on these planes soon
     
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    Wow - that in-flight food service looks so delicious! And I did not realize that ANA had sprung for lie-flat on the 787 (clearly not on all aircraft but I guess it is guaranteed on TPAC). The SJC lounge is also light years ahead of UA's RCCs errr UCs.

    Wish I had seen this before, I would have booked this flight instead of UA #838 NRT-SFO.

    Are there Global Entry kiosks at SJC? If not how are the lines?
     
  5. Aditya Vyas
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    I don't think there are any Global Entry kiosk here but with very few international flights i wouldn't worry too much.
     
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    Plus, the plane fully loaded only seats 158 people.
     

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