Tokyo - All Nippon Airways (ANA) has revealed its Boeing 787-10 deployment schedule ahead of the delivery of the first unit later this quarter.
All Nippon Airways said in a statement that it was planning to put its first Boeing 787-10 into service on April 26 on the Tokyo Narita-Singapore Changi route followed by Tokyo Narita-Bangkok Suvarnabhumi on July 1st.
ANA has a total of three Boeing 787-10 in its order book with the US manufacturer. They will be configured to accommodate 294 passengers in 3 classes (38 in Business Class, 21 in Premium Class and 235 in Economy Class).
The airline currently operates 36 Boeing 787-8 and 30 Boeing 787-9 (14 more to be delivered over time). The company expects to receive all three B787-10 by the end of March 2020.