ANA to Order A380 Superjumbos from Airbus

All Nippon Airways is set to become the first Japanese commercial airline to have an Airbus A380 on its fleet, following reports that the the carrier has placed three A380 orders worth approximately US$1.23 billion. The airline will also be the first commercial carrier to order the aircraft in four years. According to Nikkei, the planes will be introduced in 2018, with Hawai being one of its first destinations.

To date, only 13 operators in the world operate the superjumbo aircraft, including Singapore Airlines, Emirates, Qantas, Air France, Qatar Airways, Korean Air, and Etihad Airways.

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