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ANA Receives 3rd Boeing 787 to be Based out of Haneda - Plans for 787's 1st Int'l Route

ANA Receives 3rd Boeing 787 to be Based out of Haneda - Plans for 787's 1st Int'l Route

"787" is pained on the aircraft body.

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On the night of January 5, the third Boeing 787 for All Nippon Airways, Co., Ltd. (ANA) arrived at Haneda Airport.

It has been reported that ANA received the aircraft in the U. S. from the manufacturer Boeing at the end of last year. It departed for its new base of operations, Haneda Airport, on January 4.

The first and second aircraft, already flying regular flights on domestic routes connecting Haneda with Okayama and Hiroshima, were painted with special livery to commemorate the world's first 787s to enter service. Meanwhile, this third aircraft will be painted in the usual ANA livery. However, a large "787" will be painted on the body to clearly differentiate it from the rest of the carrier's fleet.

ANA has announced that it will gradually introduce 787s starting with its new international routes this month connecting Haneda with Frankfurt and Beijing, to be followed by domestic routes connecting Haneda with Itami, Yamaguchi Ube and Matsuyama.

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