Air Nippon Airways Seat Maps
January 18, 2012 by staff
Air Nippon Airways Seat Maps, ANA Group, in its Route Network and Corporate Plan for FY2012, stated (17-Jan-2012) it is scheduled to receive 20 Boeing 787s before the end of FY2012 (by 31-Mar-2013) of its total order for 55 787s. As it introduces 787 equipment, ANA will gradually retire 767-300s, 747-400Ds and A320s deployed on domestic routes, thereby replacing older aircraft. ANA will also continue to retire its DHC8-Q300s, gradually standardising its propeller plane fleet with the DHC8-Q400.
Japan Airlines (JAL) will configure its B787-8 in a two-class configuration seating 186 passengers across 42 seats in a 2-2-2 business class configuration and 144 economy class seats in a 2-4-2 economy class configuration. JAL has elected not to feature, at least initially, the first class and premium economy class on its other long-haul aircraft, the B777.
JAL plans to deploy its B787 on a new Tokyo Narita-Boston route from 22-Apr-2012, as well as on existing routes prior to that. JAL’s low density option follows a decision from launch customer and operator All Nippon Airways (ANA) to configure its long-haul international B787 fleet with only 158 seats, or 28 fewer seats than JAL.
Both ANA And JAL will have a lower configuration density than Boeing’s “typical” three-class configuration plan of 242 seats, as stipulated in a Mar-2011 Airport Compatibility Brochure for the B787. LOT plans to outfit its B787 with 252 seats, and United 219 seats.
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