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All Nippon Airways (ANA) has revealed restructuring plans including the retirement of 22 Boeing 777s following a $4.8 billion USD loss for its 2021 fiscal year. This video covers the details of ANA’s 777 retirement plans and the launch of a new airline.

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ANA currently has a fleet of 54 passenger Boeing 777s consisting of seven 777-200s, 12 777-200ERs, seven 777-300s, and 28 777-300ERs.

Of these 54 Boeing 777s, ANA has announced it will retire 22 of them in 2020 as a result of overall lower demand from COVID-19.

ANA will retire seven out of 19 Boeing 777-200/200ER aircraft. The specific variant for these seven aircraft is currently unclear.

ANA will retire two out of seven regular Boeing 777-300s. These aircraft have a high density configuration with 514 seats intended for domestic Japan flights.

Finally, ANA will be retiring 13 out of 28 Boeing 777-300ERs. These aircraft are primarily used on ANA’s long-haul routes to premium destinations.

ANA currently has 24 Boeing 787 Dreamliners on order which can replace most of these 777s depending on their configuration.

Additionally, ANA has 21 Boeing 777Xs on order. However, ANA has reportedly delayed deliveries for the new aircraft from 2021 to 2023.

ANA is also retiring five out of 23 passenger Boeing 767-300ERs and its low-cost subsidiary, Peach Aviation, will retire two Airbus A320 aircraft.

Finally, ANA has decided to further simplify its fleet by retiring all eight Boeing 737-700s this year. ANA recently retired its subfleet of 737-500s.

ANA has also announced it will create a new airline brand using Boeing 787s with 300+ seats. This airline is expected to launch around 2022/2023 and fly to Southeast Asia and Oceania.


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