ANA raised its firm 787 commitment to 55 aircraft from 50, according to a document released yesterday detailing the company's plan to issue 575 million new shares worth an estimated ¥182.62 billion ($1.9 billion) that will be used largely to finance new aircraft. The company also said it is targeting an additional ¥30 billion in cost savings this fiscal year ending March 31, 2010, through "the earlier and more refined implementation of measures contained in the current emergency ...

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