All Nippon Airways is expected to take delivery of its first B787-10 in March 2019, along with its first of three A380s around the same time.

ANA ordered three B787-10s from Boeing in March 2015, and three A380s from Airbus in December 2015.

The carrier's first A380 recently entered final assembly in Toulouse with Airbus, and will be placed for on services from Tokyo to Honolulu.

Configuration and Seat Products for the A380s:


In fiscal 2018, ANA plans to retire three B777-200s, six B767-300s, seven B737-500s, and four other aircraft. The Group is adding 25 aircraft to its fleet over the next 11 months.


ANA Holdings recently reported total operating revenue up 11.7% to US$18.0 billion, with net profit up 45.6% to $1.2 billion for fiscal year 2017 ending 31 March 2017. Revenue is expected to rise 68.2% to $18.6 billion and fall 41.8% to $933 million yoy in fiscal 2018 forecast.