Before the Corona crisis, All Nippon Airways invested in new planes and wanted to serve more long-haul routes. Now the Japanese airline no longer needs so many aircraft - and is likely to halve its long-haul fleet.
The corona pandemic ensured that the aviation industry came to a standstill. The demand for long-haul flights at ANA has slumped by up to 96 percent, like aero.de reported. As a result, some Boeing 777s and other wide-body aircraft have to bless the time. They should either be returned to the lessor, sold or parked. ANA currently has a capacity of 59 aircraft on long-haul routes.