Japanese carrier All Nippon Airways (ANA) has denied reports that parent company ANA Holdings has completed a deal to acquire three Airbus A380s that were repossessed from low-cost carrier Skymark Airlines. Tokyo-based Skymark filed for bankruptcy early in 2015 and defaulted on payments for an order for six A380s. In August, Skymark’s creditors approved a rehabilitation plan that saw ANA take a 16.5% stake in the company. Over the Christmas holidays, reports surfaced in the Nikkei, ...

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