All Nippon Airways has opted for Boeing’s 777-9X to replace most of the international component of its large 777 fleet. The carrier’s decision has been closely watched, as it has previously said that it would choose between the 777X and the Airbus A350. This was regarded as a key contract for Boeing to win, following rival Japanese carrier Japan Airlines’ decision last year to order Airbus A350s for its own 777 replacement needs. The 20 777-9Xs are among deals totaling 70 aircraft ...
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