With their Boeing 787-8 fleets building up nicely, Japan's two major airlines are looking to increase the long-haul routes where the new aircraft will be used. All Nippon Airways (ANA) and Japan Airlines (JAL) were the first two carriers to receive the 787. Although two others have now joined the club, the Japanese carriers still account for almost all 787-8s in scheduled service. ANA's 12th 787 arrived near the end of August, and JAL is expected to receive its fifth soon. While ...
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