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29-Apr-2015 4:59 AM

ANA to introduce first 787-9 for international routes on Haneda-Munich sector

All Nippon Airways announced (28-Apr-2015) it would be the first Japanese airline to introduce the Boeing 787-9 on international routes, beginning service on Haneda-Munich route on 05-May-2015. ANA’s new 787-9 aircraft for international service has a total of 215 seats, 46 more than the 787-8, and is equipped with the airline’s latest business class, premium economy and economy class amenities. New in-flight services offered on the aircraft include ANA Sky Live TV, a feature that allows passengers to view broadcast television programming in real-time, which is a first among Japanese airlines. In addition passengers aboard the new aircraft will have access to a choice of free digital content, including e-books and e-magazines, and an upgraded ANA Sky Map. ANA also announced that this will be the first 787 in its fleet to offer in-flight WiFi service. [more - original PR]

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