All Nippon Airways (ANA), whose roots are in Japan’s domestic airline market, has been diligently expanding its network for years, to the point where it is now also the country’s largest international carrier. And it has big plans that heavily rely on one aircraft: the Boeing 787. The airline’s corporate strategy until 2020 indicates major expansion, not just in fleet size but in the number of destinations as well. Revenue is projected to increase by 30% over the next four ...

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