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ANA to end 747 operations in March 2014

by Matt Falcus

ANA 747400DANA All Nippon Airways is expected to end flights by its Boeing 747-400s at the end of March 2014.

The airline currently only operates the -400D model, which was specifically developed for the Japanese domestic market where large numbers of passengers could be flown between the country’s largest cities.

The airline previously operated the Boeing 747 on international routes, too, however these have recently been retired.

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UAE Airports June 21, 2013 - 9:37 am

sorry to hear the service withdrawals of biggies

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Duncan Parker July 8, 2013 - 12:16 pm

Can you advise where you have obtained this information, as I have contacted ANA enquiries and they have no details of the withdrawls. I am interested to know as I hope to visit Japan prior to their withdrawl.

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Matt Falcus July 10, 2013 - 3:36 pm

It was reported on a site that lists changes to airline schedules and route news.

As always, details are liable to change. Nevertheless, ANA will be following JAL’s lead in removing the 747 from service as its fleet renewal continues at a pace.

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