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All Nippon Airways bumps up Boeing 777-330ER order

All Nippon Airways bumps up Boeing 777-330ER order

1 August 2013 Airline News

Boeing and All Nippon Airways have announced the Japanese carrier has ordered three additional 777-300ER (extended range) airplanes. The order, valued at approximately $945 million at current list prices, will increase the total number of 777s in ANA’s fleet to 57 airplanes once delivered.

ANA to buy AirAsia out of AirAsia Japan

ANA to buy AirAsia out of AirAsia Japan

25 June 2013 Airline News

All Nippon Airways has confirmed it will buy AirAsia out of a Tokyo-based budget airline joint venture AirAsia Japan and operate the business as a wholly owned subsidiary. The mean dissolves an alliance formed less than two years ago.

All Nippon Airways Dreamliner flights to resume in June

All Nippon Airways Dreamliner flights to resume in June

29 April 2013 Airline News

All Nippon Airways has confirmed it will resume Boeing Dreamliner flights in June after the Japan Civil Aviation Bureau issued a revised Technical Circular Directive for the plane. ANA is the largest operator of the aircraft in the world, with a fleet of 17 Boeing 787s.

Japanese carriers ground Dreamliners after emergency landing

Japanese carriers ground Dreamliners after emergency landing

16 January 2013 Airline News

All Nippon Airways has grounded its fleet of 17 Boeing 787 Dreamliners after flight NH692 from Yamaguchi Ube was forced to make an emergency landing shortly after take-off. Japan Airlines has followed suit, confirming it would ground its fleet of seven 787s from 16 January until further notice.

All Nippon Airlines orders yet more Dreamliners

All Nippon Airlines orders yet more Dreamliners

25 September 2012 Airline News

Boeing and All Nippon Airlines have announced the ANA Group has ordered an additional 11 787-9 Dreamliners. The order, valued at $2.7 billion at current list prices, bring the total number of 787s ANA has ordered to 66 airplanes - consisting of 36 787-8s and 30 787-9s.

ANA bumps back Dreamliner introduction

ANA bumps back Dreamliner introduction

19 December 2011 Airline News

Just when it all seemed to be going so well for All Nippon Airways further delays have struck with the introduction of its the new Boeing 787. Boeing announced earlier the next Dreamliner due with ANA will not be delivered as scheduled due to a “productivity” problem.

Dreamliner takes to skies on maiden flight

Dreamliner takes to skies on maiden flight

26 October 2011 Airline News

All Nippon Airways has launched the first commercial flight of the Boeing Dreamliner, carrying passengers from Tokyo to Hong Kong. The launch follows over three years of delays during the development of the new aircraft. 

All Nippon Airways warns of strike action

All Nippon Airways warns of strike action

30 September 2011 Airline News

ANA Group has confirmed its pilot unions have threatened a 24-hour strike on October 1st 2011. The airline continuing urgent negotiations with the unions concerned to avert industrial action and the disruption to passenger services it will cause.

Boeing prepares for first Dreamliner delivery

Boeing prepares for first Dreamliner delivery

23 September 2011 Airline News

It has been a long, hard road for American aviation giant Boeing, but the Dreamliner project is about to reach fruition with the delivery of the first aircraft to launch customer All Nippon Airways. The Japanese carrier will take receipt of the aircraft over the weekend, three years behind schedule.

All Nippon Airways confirms Dreamliner launch date

All Nippon Airways confirms Dreamliner launch date

25 August 2011 Airline News

After almost three years of delays, All Nippon Airways is inching ever closer to the launch of the new Boeing Dreamliner, confirming today the first passenger flight will take place on October 26th. The flight, between Narita International Airport in Tokyo and Hong Kong, will be followed by scheduled domestic services to Okayama and Hiroshima, before international services to Beijing and Frankfurt begin in 2012.