ANA uses downturn to expand U.S. service

12/26/2008 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

Japan's All Nippon Airways plans to increase service to North America despite the global economic downturn. ANA is looking at new flights between New York and Tokyo, as well as direct links to the Japanese city of Nagoya. As the first customer for the much-delayed Boeing 787, ANA says deliveries of the new, fuel-efficient aircraft will allow for even faster growth. "Once introduced, that will enable us to expand our network in North America," according to a company executive.

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