1 FEBRUARY 2010
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ALL NIPPON AIRWAYS (ANA), which is the lead airline for the Boeing 787, says it will receive its first aircraft during the October-December quarter, with another seven by the end of the fiscal year 31 March 2011. Out go three Boeing 747-400s, two 767-300ERs, one Airbus A320-200 and one Boeing 737-500 replaced by four Boeing 777-300ERs, five 767-300ERs, two 767-300BCFs, five 767-800s and one Bombardier Q400 turboprop. New during 2010 are a daily Tokyo Narita – Munich service using Boeing 777-300ERs from 1 July, and twice-daily Tokyo Haneda – Taipei Songshan from 31 October using 767-300ERs. In terms of capacity, domestic ASKs will fall 3.7% from the previous fiscal year, while international capacity will increase 11.2%. Cargo capacity will rise 21.1%, says the airline. www.ana.co.jp
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