All Nippon Airways (ANA) and Boeing announced (21-Dec-2009) an order for five B777-200ERs (for delivery between Apr-2012 and Mar-2014) and five B767-300ERs (for delivery between Apr-2010 and Mar-2012). The order is valued at approximately USD2 billion at list prices. The carrier reportedly decided on the B767 order after reviewing the delivery schedule for the B787, for which the carrier already has an order for 55 B787s (for delivery between late 2010 and 2017) (Reuters, 21-Dec-2009). The airline stated it would acquire the five B777-200ERs for JPY109.2 billion (USD1.2 billion) and the five B767-300ER aircraft for JPY76 billion (USD833 million) (Dow Jones, 21-Dec-2009). [more - initial Press Release] [more - Additional Press Release]
ANA orders more B777s and B767s
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Together with 15 stand-alone presentations from airline CFO/treasury/finance heads outlining their fleet and financing plans + over 50 airline representatives attending the unique CAPA Fleet Marketplace – the CAPA Airline Fleet & Finance Summit (2/3-Mar, Singapore) at Capella Sentosa is not to be missed.
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Rank your result:
15/15 = Outstanding! – you should set up your very own aircraft leasing company.
13-14/15 = Excellent – your colleagues should say the word ‘wiki…’ in front of your first name around the office.
10-12/15 = Very good – someone should shout you several drinks at the next air finance gathering.
9 or below/15 = Time to brush up – you need to sign up for CAPA's Fleet Database immediately.
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