All Nippon Airlines to resume Seattle-Tokyo service

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Logo_All-Nippon-AirwaysSEATTLE – All Nippon Airlines is will once again resume nonstop flights between Tokyo and Seattle on Saturday, June 1, after the company had stopped the service following the FAA’s grounding of all 787s.

The airline started the route in July 2012 and began using the Boeing 787 Dreamliner in October 2012.

When the service resumes, the flights will be on the 247-seat Boeing 777 airplanes and resume the use the Dreamliners once again this fall.

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