All Nippon Airways (ANA) can be forgiven for making a big deal out of the delivery of its first Boeing 787. Its status as launch customer has figured pretty heavily in the airline's marketing, but it has had to endure a long wait for that privilege. First delivery is now expected in late September, more than three years after the originally scheduled date. When the initial aircraft does arrive, ANA will not be in the exclusive club for longâ€”the second customer, ANA's local rival Japan ...
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