ANA warned that the "lethargic nature" of Japan's economic recovery and Japan Airlines' bankruptcy will impact the airline's plans for 2010, although the fourth-quarter delivery of the first 787, slot expansion at Tokyo Haneda and Narita and open skies with the US "will bring important business opportunities" for expansion. In its corporate plan for the fiscal year beginning April 1, ANA said it will cut domestic ASKs by 3.7% from 2009-10 and increase international capacity by 11.2%. Cargo ...

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