ANA will pay cash for at least 20% of its order for 50 787s, or at least ¥140 billion ($1.3 billion), from the proceeds realized from its hotel sales (ATWOnline, April 16), Senior VP-Finance and Accounting Eiji Kanazawa told Bloomberg News. It also will sell bonds and use loans backed by Japan Bank for International Cooperation. "We're not going back to the days of more than ¥1 trillion in debt," Kanazawa told Bloomberg.

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