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Japan's ANA Holdings sees no changes now in its order plans for Boeing Co 737 MAX aircraft, a senior executive said on Friday. Ichiro Fukuzawa told an earnings briefing that confirming the safety of the ...
SEATTLE/TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's ANA Holdings Inc said on Tuesday it would order at least 38 planes worth $4.33 billion (£3.30 billion) from Boeing Co and Airbus, and buy a stake in Philippines Airlines' parent PAL Holdings Inc to support its Asia growth strategy. The order, confirming earlier Reuters reports, is the first in Japan for the newest version of Boeing's best-selling 737 family and comes at a time when the country is facing pressure from Washington to cut its trade surplus with the United States. It also raises the stakes in a battle for orders of the industry's largest category of airliner, allowing Boeing to weaken a bridgehead held by its European rival Airbus in the narrowbody fleet of one of its most strategic customers.
Japan's All Nippon Airways is buying 48 aircraft total from aerospace giants Boeing and archrival Airbus from 2021 through 2025. Boeing shares rose.
Japanese airline ANA Holdings Inc is set to order 18 Airbus SE A320neo jets, a source familiar with the matter said on Tuesday. An announcement could be made later on Tuesday alongside the airline's quarterly financial results, the source said on condition of anonymity, adding that a separate Boeing deal was also expected. The Airbus deal would be worth around $1.99 billion based on the European manufacturer's list prices.
Japan's ANA Holdings confirmed on Tuesday that it was considering an order of Boeing Co jets, after Reuters earlier reported that it was close to buying 30 of the new 737 MAX jets in a deal worth $3.5 billion. "We are in discussion with Boeing, but we have not made our final decision yet," an ANA representative told Reuters. A deal would be the first sale in Japan for the newest version of Boeing's best-selling 737 family.
Boeing Co is close to a deal worth $3.5 billion at list prices to sell 30 Boeing 737 MAX jetliners to ANA Holdings, two people familiar with the matter said. The deal is the first sale in Japan for the newest version of Boeing's best-selling 737 family and marks a reversal for Europe's Airbus, five years after the same airline became the first Japanese carrier to pick the competing A320neo. It also coincides with negotiations between Washington and Tokyo over a potential trade pact, with Japan facing pressure from U.S. President Donald Trump's administration to cut its trade surplus with the United States.
Eka Tjipta Widjaja, patriarch of one of Asia's richest families and the founder of a sprawling Indonesian conglomerate, has died aged 97.
Japan-based All Nippon Airways has begun taking reservations for flights between Tokyo and Honolulu on an Airbus A380, the world's largest passenger airliner. The airline expects to put its first 520-seat aircraft into service in late May. It started reserving seats earlier this month, the Honolulu Star-Advertiser reported Thursday. The carrier ordered three Airbus A380s in 2016.
Airbus has shared images of All Nippon Airways' first A380 adorned with a "unique livery" after 21 days in the manufacturer's Hamburg paintshop.
Japan's ANA Holdings Inc said it would order 38 planes worth $4.33 billion from Boeing and Airbus to support its Asia growth strategy. Justin Solomon reports.