All Nippon Airways is set to take delivery of its first Boeing 787-9 on July 27, with its first revenue flight to occur in August. ANA will become the second airline to receive the stretched -9 version of the 787, after Air New Zealand. ANA expects to be the first to operate a revenue flight with the -9, although Air New Zealand also plans to launch commercial service with the aircraft in early August. The Japanese airline’s initial -9 will be in domestic configuration. It is due to ...

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