AirJapan Readies for Delivery of Its First Aircraft from Xiamen on January 26

AirJapan's first Boeing 787-8 Aircraft

AirJapan, a subsidiary of ANA Holdings, is set to air transport its first aircraft, a Boeing 787-8 (registration: JA803A), on January 26th.

The aircraft has undergone painting and maintenance at HAECO (Hong Kong Aircraft Engineering Company) in Xiamen, China. The ferry flight is scheduled to depart Xiamen as flight NH9412 at 1:00 AM, arriving at Tokyo/Narita at 6:00 AM.

The aircraft, converted from an ANA plane, features an all-economy class cabin with a ‘3-3-3′ seat configuration, totaling 324 seats. Made of synthetic leather, the seats provide a 32-inch (approximately 81 cm) seat pitch, comparable to that of full-service carriers’ (FSC) economy class. Each seat is equipped with a USB type-A and type-C port for charging.

Starting from February 9th, AirJapan will operate six round trips a week on the Tokyo/Narita to Bangkok/Suvarnabhumi route. The introduction of the second aircraft is scheduled for April.

ANA (Boeing 787-8 aircraft, JA803A)

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