Airbus Widebodies Break Boeing’s Japan Dominance

Credit: A. Doumenjou/Airbus
While the arrival of Japan Airlines’ (JAL) first Airbus A350 marks the start of a major transition in the carrier’s widebody fleet, it also represents a notable change for the country’s airline industry. In recent years, Japan’s two main airlines—JAL and All Nippon Airways (ANA)–have relied...
Adrian Schofield

Adrian is a senior air transport editor for Aviation Week, based in New Zealand. He covers commercial aviation in the Asia-Pacific region.

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