Japanese Carriers Cut Widebody Fleets In Response To COVID-19

Japan Airlines Boeing 777
Japan Airlines is advancing the retirement of its older Boeing 777s.
Credit: Joepriesaviation.net
This year was supposed to mark the beginning of a growth phase for Japan’s airline industry. But instead of expanding, All Nippon Airways and Japan Airlines are drastically reducing their mainline fleets. Another significant trend sees both airline groups increasing their focus on low-cost carrier...

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