ANA feels pressure on yields as more A380s fly into Tokyo Narita

ANA 787. Courtesy, Boeing All Nippon Airways (ANA), which operates 16 Boeing 787s, fears the Airbus A380s scheduled to fly into Tokyo Narita Airport may result in lower yields. ANA president and CEO Shinichiro Ito told ATW in Shenzhen, “Our concern is that other airlines flying more A380s into Tokyo...

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