All Nippon Airways plans to offer one long-haul flight with Boeing 787s by March, adding to domestic services that will begin when the first aircraft arrives, which the manufacturer says will be in August or September. The airline is still assuming that it will have 14 787s by March 31, the end of its financial year. That implies deliveries averaging about two a month. Boeing says it will build them only at that rate or, at most, two-and-a-half a month. In the following financial year, ...
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