Japan Airlines Goes Airbus…and Boeing

Japan Airlines has ordered 42 aircraft with the majority going to Airbus over Boeing with commitments to 21 A350s, 11 A321neos and ten 787-9s.

Japan Airlines said the aircraft will “enhance and expand the capacity of international operations, with a primary focus on regions such as North America, Asia, and India where future growth is expected.”

In a major move, the A321neo purchase will end Boeing’s run as the supplier of the airline’s narrowbody aircraft.

Currently the airline operates 17 A350s, 42 737-800s, 23 787-8s, 22 787-9s, 27 767s and 14 777s. Separate from the order just announced the airline has read more ⇒

Source:: AirlineRatings.Com

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