All Nippon Airways, with hubs at Tokyo's Haneda Airport and Narita International Airport, has increased its fleet by 57 aircraft over 10 years. The 37% boost includes 36 new Boeing 787-8s and 13 Boeing 787-9s as well as the elimination of all 23 Boeing 747-400s. Currently, five 787s are out of service, undergoing Rolls-Royce engine turbine-blade-erosion inspection, according to Aviation Daily. The airline's recent financial performance has also been uncharacteristic due to earthquakes in southern Japan and terrorist attacks in Europe, which have led to canceled flights and lower demand on certain routes, resulting in a loss of 20%, or $65.2 million, in the last three months, reports Aviation Daily.
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