ANA Airlines

ANA has hubs in Tokyo and Osaka.


By 2014 all 747 are gone and they are flying 777-300ER and Dreamliners - 2013 WB fleet update -2010 fleet update

In 2004 ANA had a fleet of 23 Boeing 747-400, and 10 other Boeing 747. They also used 21 Boeing 777 and 53 Boeing 767. From the Airbus company they used 33 aircraft of the Airbus A320 family.

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In 2003 ANA was the 7th largest airline in the world, carrying with its sister companies almost 51 million passengers every year.

Ana was originally a domectic airline in Japan, but that has changed. They still serve 46 domestic destinations in Japan, but in 2003 they were flying between Japan and the the United States and also between Japan and Europe, as wel as many other international destinations in Asia.

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