ANA Holdings’ board has approved a firm order for 3 Boeing 787-10s within a global order for 15 Airbus and Boeing aircraft.
The breakdown of the $2.2 billion order (at list prices) is; 3 Boeing 787-10s, 5 Boeing 737-800s, 4 Airbus A321s and 3 Airbus A321neos.
The additional jets will give the group flexibility to handle the expected slots increase at Tokyo, and for it to match capacity with demand on domestic routes, says ANA Holdings.
The 787-10s are scheduled to be delivered in fiscal 2019 through to fiscal 2020.
Source: Manuel Belleli
All Nippon Airways has 187 aircraft in service and further order for 20 777-9Xs, 4 787-8s and 42 787-9s.
Last March/2014, All Nippon Airways (ANA) selected Boeing's 777-9X (20 aircraft) over the Airbus A350-1000 to replace its 777-300ERs.
This was regarded as a key contract for Boeing to win, following Japan Airlines' decision in 2013 to order Airbus A350s for its own 777 replacement needs.
ANA said the 777Xs will replace its 19 777-300ERs used on international routes, and will be delivered in fiscal 2021-27.
Based on the article “ANA Holdings approves firm order for 15 jets” published in FlightGlobal.