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ANA Wins Japanese VIP Aircraft Contract
August 18, 2014
All Nippon Airways (ANA) has been selected by the Japanese government to acquire and maintain two Boeing 777-300ERs for VIP-transport duties. The government will sign a contract with ANA Holdings, the airline’s parent company. ANA had proposed using 777s to replace the two Boeing 747-400s currently...
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