Japan Airlines and All Nippon Airways, two biggest airlines in Japan are considering significant aircraft orders as part of ongoing fleet renewal and expansion plans. The orders are expected to include widebody and single-aisle aircraft as both airlines ramp up operations with easing of pandemic restrictions. Japan Airlines (JAL) is looking to replace its Boeing 767 and 777 fleet and upgrade the remainder of its Boeing 737s. All Nippon Airways is reportedly set to order more Boeing 787s and potentially Airbus narrowbodies for its upcoming low-cost carrier. JAL is currently undergoing an internal study of its options for a fleet overhaul which is

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