All Nippon Airways (ANA) is examining the US West Coast as a potential destination for its new Boeing 787 routes.
ANA 787 inaugural flight. By Karen Walker All Nippon Airways (ANA) is examining the US West Coast as a potential destination for its new Boeing 787 routes. The Japanese carrier, which began 787 services Oct. 26 with an inaugural flight to Tokyo Narita (NRT)-Hong Kong (HKG) (ATW Daily News, Oct. 27) wants to expand its European and North American network with the 787. ANA has received two of the 55 787s it has on order. A total of 20 aircraft are scheduled to be delivered by the ...
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