ANA, JAL hope 787 problems are behind them
It has come as welcome news for Japan's major airlines that their customers do not seem to be worried about flying on Boeing 787s since the aircraft's return to service. Concerns have also eased regarding the effect of the 787's battery problems on their delivery schedules. When All Nippon Airways and Japan Airlines announced they would resume 787 flights on June 1, the big question was whether travelers would be nervous about booking seats on the aircraft. After all, the 787s were ...
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