Chocolates for ALl ANA Passengers on Valentine's Day

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Chocolates for ALl ANA Passengers on Valentine's Day

All Nippon Airways (ANA), the largest airline from Japan, will celebrate St Valentine's Day with complimentary chocolates for all its passengers. This tradition was started back in 2014 and since then every year on February, 14, the airline treats its passengers to exclusive chocolates from some of the world's most respected chocolatiers.

The company is putting a lot of effort to make passengers feel at home on every flight providing top-notch in-flight service.

This year, special "Orangette" chocolate from world-renowned chocolatier Pierre Hermé Paris will be distributed among First and Business Class passengers on America, Europe and India routes. The 'Picasso of pastry', as this French company is dubbed, has created a limited edition of Orangette chocolate for Valentine's Day. The sweet and sour orange confit base of this sweet treat is coated with bitter and milk chocolates for a very unique and refined taste. It is the second time ANA cooperates with Pierre Hermé Paris. 

For all domestic and other international passengers travelling in all classes Japan's Meiji THE Chocolate is prepared. ANA wants to make Valentine's Day flights a little more memorable for their passengers and chocolates will do the trick.

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