ANA Orders More 787-9s

 - September 21, 2012, 10:04 AM
ANA has taken delivery of 12 more 787-8s since its first Dreamliner arrived in Tokyo last September. (Photo: Boeing)

Japan’s All Nippon Airways has decided to place a firm order for another 11 Boeing 787-9s, scheduled for delivery from Japanese Fiscal Year 2018 to FY2021. The order, worth $3.25 billion at list prices, raises ANA’s firm order count to the larger of the two Dreamliner types on offer to 30. The 787 launch customer has so far taken delivery of thirteen 787-8s and awaits delivery of 23 more. In all, it now holds orders for 66 Dreamliners.

The deal softens the blow of Qantas’s recent cancellation of a firm order for 35 Boeing 787-9s worth $8.5 billion at list prices. Plans still call for delivery of the first of fifteen 787-8s to Qantas’s Jetstar subsidiary in the second half of next year, and Qantas opted to move up the delivery timing associated with a set of options and purchase rights on another 50 -8s by two years, to 2016.

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Ralph Miller's picture

There is such a big backlog of Boeing 787s orders that a few cancellations do not matter. Qantas will be back to order more 787s. Sorry Qantas lost their place in line, but it is no reflection on the wonderful plane. All part of business. More media looking for a reason to criticize and be negative (as in"I told you so").

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