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ANA orders 777s, 767s

written by | December 22, 2009

Japan’s All Nippon Airlines has placed an order with Boeing for five 777-200ERs and five 767-300ERs.

The order is valued at US$2bn (A$2.26bn) at list prices, although the airline is likely to have extracted a significant discount.

ANA will be the first customer to take delivery of the Boeing 787, which is expected during the second half of 2010.


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