All Nippon Airways (ANA)  announced it will place firm orders for 70 new Airbus and Boeing aircraft worth $16.4 billion at current list prices. ANA said the Airbus order is for 30 aircraft, comprising seven A320neos and 23 A321neos, which will replace ANA’s existing Boeing 737-500 and A320ceo aircraft. The carrier will also purchase 40 Boeing aircraft—comprising 20 GE Aviation GE9X-powered 777-9Xs to replace its existing fleet of 777-300ERs, a further six GE90-115B-powered ...

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