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  1. KarenZ

    Hi, I’ve been trying to book a RT flight business/first class flight to Japan using Amex MR points for my husband and me from around September 20, 2018-October 3, 2018. I would love to try out ANA (and ideally taking advantage of the Virgin promotion). We’re open to flying out from anywhere in the USA (but preferably the NY area). I cannot seem to find any availability at all. I’ve been trying for more than 6 months using both the United and ANA websites, but I keep on striking out. Any chance you could help?!

    Thanks so much!!

  2. MidSouthSkier

    Welcome [USER=4508]@KarenZ[/USER] – are you searching segment by segment and checking both of Tokyo’s airports?

    ANA flies between NRT and:
    Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles, Mexico City, JFK, San Francisco, San Jose California (SJC), Seattle and Washington-Dulles.

    ANA flies between HND and:
    Chicago, Los Angeles, JFK and Vancouver

    Look for those TPAC legs and see if you can connect up with United from there. Be aware that if you use another airline’s miles and then connect to United for your domestic legs, you’ll be flying in coach on those domestic legs.

    Also, it’s just always going to be more difficult finding seats for 2.

  3. David W

    I’ve always found it tough to find space to/from NY. I’ve had luck with Chicago a couple of times, and I’ve also seen space to Houston.

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