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Japan Airlines withdraws its entire B747-400 fleet

Japan Airlines recently removed its entire fleet of Boeing B747-400 from the Honolulu and Okinawa routes. The airline will be using the smaller and fuel-efficient aircrafts such as B767, B777 and then later B787 Dreamliner. The new aircrafts will also cut the fuel consumption costs.

The airline acquired four-engine B747 aircrafts in 1970 due to the increasing demand and also increased its fleet to a total of 112. It is expected that the major competitor of the airline All Nippon Airways would also follow suit and might phase out its own B747-400 aircrafts on domestic routes by the end of this month.

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