All Nippon Airways (ANA) says it will be flying its Boeing 787s on some one-off passenger flights later this month, even though the aircraft are not due to resume their regularly scheduled routes until June 1. The move confirms a statement made to Aviation Week in February that the carrier was considering using the 787s on ad hoc “relief flights” before ANA resumed operations on the aircraft’s regular routes. Such flights are intended to temporarily boost the domestic network where ...
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