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ANA Takes Delivery of Its 50th Boeing 787

The milestone means ANA becomes the world’s first airline to operate 50 Boeing 787 Dreamliners.

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The Japanese company will take delivery of the A380s from 2019. ANA Group has selected Rolls-Royce Trent 900 engines to power its new A380 fleet.

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Subject to receiving the required governmental approvals, Star Alliance member ANA will introduce its new route from Narita International Airport to the Belgian capital in its 2015 winter schedule, which will begin in the fall.

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With this order, originally announced as a commitment in January, ANA becomes the first airline in Asia to order the entire family of Boeing 787 Dreamliners.

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All Nippon Airways has announced its intent to purchase three Boeing 787-10s to add additional flexibility to the airline’s 787 fleet. In addition, ANA has announced an order for five Boeing 737-800s to bolster the airline’s growing narrowbody fleet.

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Japanese carrier All Nippon Airways will launch a new route on June 12 from Narita International Airport near Tokyo to Houston, subject to receiving required government approvals.

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Japanese carrier All Nippon Airways and Ethiopian Airlines have signed a codeshare agreement covering flights from Addis Ababa to Europe, Kenya and two major Asian cities, and from Tokyo to the same two Asian cities.

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ANA and Philippine Airlines plan to begin codesharing on flights between Japan and the Philippines on October 26. They also plan to begin offering reciprocal privileges in their frequent-flyer programs at the same time.

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With this delivery, ANA now has 29 Boeing 787 jets in its fleet, more than any other operator in the world. ANA has 29 more 787-9s on order and holds commitments for 14 more.

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United Airlines plans to add Tokyo Haneda Airport to its route network by offering daily non-stop service from San Francisco from October 26, should it receive the requisite government approval.

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Air Dolomiti, an Italian regional airline owned by Lufthansa Group, will soon sign its first three codeshare agreements outside the close relationship it has with Lufthansa German Airlines.

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All Nippon Airways’ parent company ANA Holdings is placing firm orders on the airline’s behalf for 70 new aircraft from Boeing and Airbus, Boeing emerging with the bulk of the business in terms of both aircraft numbers and dollar value.

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From March 1, passengers will be able to purchase wireless internet access on some of All Nippon Airways’ international flights.

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A United Airlines service from Chicago landing early on the morning of June 4 will be the first flight to use London Heathrow Airport’s new Terminal 2. United Airlines will be alone for two weeks as the first user of the new Terminal 2 main building.

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Japan’s All Nippon Airways and Garuda Indonesia have agreed a partnership under which the two airlines will launch and codeshare on flights between the two countries and will allow the two carriers’ passengers to collect and redeem miles on the frequent flyer programs of either airline.

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Japanese carrier All Nippon Airways is proposing to launch services to Vancouver and Hanoi for the first time, planning to serve both destinations from Tokyo Haneda Airport from March 30. ANA also plans to introduce new routes on March 30 from Tokyo Haneda Airport to London Heathrow, Paris Charles de Gaulle, Jakarta and Manila.

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The latest ANA order will increase the total number of Boeing 777s in ANA’s fleet to 57 aircraft once the three jets are delivered. Of these 57 aircraft, 22 will be Boeing 777-300ERs.

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Together with a new corporate tag-line displayed prominently on its aircraft exteriors, Japanese carrier ANA is introducing new in-flight services and standards in its premium-class cabins from September.

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ANA Holdings ‒ which is the parent holding company of All Nippon Airways and low-cost airline Peach Aviation, like AirAsia Japan an Airbus A320 operator ‒ signed an agreement with AirAsia Berhad to dissolve the AirAsia Japan joint venture and will acquire AirAsia Berhad’s shareholding in the JV.

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