Japanese Carriers Grow 787 Fleets With -9 Deliveries

Credit: JAL
Japan Airlines (JAL) is due to begin operating its first Boeing 787-9 next week, as JAL and rival All Nippon Airways (ANA) continue to build their 787 fleets. JAL took delivery of the stretched -9 version in early June, and it is scheduled to enter service on its route between Tokyo Narita Airport...

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