ANA outlined its fleet plan for its fiscal year starting April 1, noting that the delayed delivery of the Boeing 787 is forcing it to place additional 767-300ERs on international routes and 737-800s on domestic routes. For the year, it is slated to take delivery of four 767-300ERs while retiring one 767-300 that had been used for domestic flying; take delivery of two 737-800s while retiring four Airbus A320-200s and two 737-500s; and receive three Bombardier Q400s while retiring two ...

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