All Nippon Airways 787. Courtesy, Boeing All Nippon Airways (ANA) reported a record operating income for the first nine months of its 2012 fiscal year and a net income up 54% year-over-year. However, the airline also said the grounding of the Boeing 787 has so far cost it ¥1.4 billion ($15.4 million). As launch customer and the largest operator of 787s, with 17 aircraft in its fleet, ANA has been the most severely hit by the Dreamliner grounding. The grounding was prompted after ...

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