ANA, JAL Look To International Markets As Boeing 787 Fleets Expand

With their Boeing 787-8 fleets gradually building up, Japan’s two major airlines are now looking to increase the number of long-haul routes where the new aircraft will be used. All Nippon Airways (ANA) and Japan Airlines (JAL) were the first two carriers to receive the 787, and they still account...

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