787 tail. Photo: Courtesy, Boeing. Dreamliner launch customer ANA said Thursday it will change 15 of its 55 787-8 orders to the extended-body-9 model. Separately, Mango Aviation Partners, the specialist firm used by Qantas to help establish Jetstar, announced it has been contracted by ANA "to manage and advise on the set-up of a new low-cost airline" that will be jointly owned by ANA and Hong Kong-based First Eastern Investment Group. ANA and First Eastern inked an MOA in ...

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