ANA As the new millennium dawned, the outlook for ANA was not promising. First came the impact of 9/11, followed shortly thereafter by the announcement that major domestic rival Japan Air System would be acquired by the country's leading international airline, Japan Airlines. The latter event meant that ANA would lose its position as the country's dominant domestic carrier, while JAL would gain the domestic network strength it had always lacked to complement one of the world's largest ...

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