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#AllNipponAirways (#ANA) began as Japan Helicopter & Aeroplane Transports Company #onthisday in 1952. The airline has grown to become the largest in Japan. In December 1998, ANA began service from Tokyo to San Francisco. Have you ever flown on ANA? This tweet was posted on December 27, 2019.
ANA began service from #Tokyo to San Francisco in December 1998. Have you ever flown on #ANA? #TravelTuesday #avgeek #aviationhistory This tweet was posted on August 01, 2017.
Do you see the tricks these objects are playing? Renowned mathematician Kokichi Sugihara of Meiji University in Tokyo creates ambiguous sculptures—solid objects which seem to defy common-sense notions of direction and shape. #MathAtSFO #KokichiSugihara This tweet was posted on December 29, 2021.
In 1958, BOAC inaugurated the airline’s first regular round-the-world service via San Francisco, Hong Kong, and Tokyo with the urboprop Britannia, developed and produced by the Bristol Aircraft Company. #AviationEvolutions This tweet was posted on November 09, 2018.
JAL’s 1954 inaugural flight from Tokyo to SF took 23 hours. Have you ever been to Tokyo? #TravelTuesday This tweet was posted on January 05, 2016.
Japan Air Lines inaugurated trans-pacific service with a flight from Tokyo to SF on February 2, 1954. #TravelTuesday This tweet was posted on January 05, 2016.
Our photographer, Chad, would go to Japan for #traveltuesday. From Japan Air Lines inaugural flight from SF to Tokyo! This tweet was posted on July 14, 2015.
RT @flySFO: #SFO to Tokyo! 🇺🇸 @USAGym is off to Japan! 🇺🇸🥳 https://t.co/GsZMYzsgrE This tweet was posted on July 14, 2021.
The first #Boeing 747 SP (Special Performance) was delivered to Pan American World Airways #onthisday in 1976. The 747 SP was a smaller version of the 747 designed to have extra-long range and the ability to fly non-stop from New York to Tokyo. #avgeek This tweet was posted on March 05, 2020.
This week on #SFOMat40: In 1999, we presented "Beauty and Culture: From the Collection of the POLA Research Institute of Beauty and Culture, Tokyo, Japan," which featured the history of Japanese makeup from the 1700s to the 1900s. Do you remember this exhibition? #TBTSFOM This tweet was posted on January 30, 2020.