ANA Holdings Inc. and Japan Airlines Co., the world’s two largest operators of Boeing Co. 787s, are counting on the Dreamliner to boost profits as the carriers dump their fleets of 747s that they relied on for decades.
ANA Holdings Inc. and Japan Airlines Co., the world’s biggest operators of Boeing Co. 787s, resumed commercial service with the plane after battery malfunctions kept the Dreamliner fleet grounded for more than four months.
Boeing Co.’s 787 Dreamliner cleared another hurdle in restoring its image as United Airlines, the only U.S. operator, resumed flights today after the jet’s lithium-ion battery flaws forced a three-month grounding.
Air India Ltd., the carrier which pays more interest on its debt than any publicly traded Asian airline, plans to borrow $300 million from overseas to repay costlier rupee obligations, according to a company official.
GS Yuasa Corp., the maker of lithium- ion batteries for Boeing Co.’s 787 Dreamliner, rose by the most in more than four years after United Airlines, the only U.S. operator of the plane, resumed flights yesterday.
ANA Holdings Inc., operator of the world’s largest Boeing Co. 787 fleet, placed advertisements in Japanese newspapers to lure flyers back to the aircraft, which had been grounded after battery overheating incidents.