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And the saga continues… All Nippon Airways has been impacted the heaviest during the dilemma having lost its 17 Dreamliners to the grounding, the most of any airline currently flying the 787.
More than 18,000 passengers will be affected.
The cancellations announced on Monday add to the 72 flights scheduled from Jan. 19 to Jan. 22 that ANA called off last week.
ANA, which flies the most Dreamliners of any airline, also said in the statement it will announce flight cancellations for Jan. 28 later in the day and plans to announce cancellations occurring for dates from Jan. 29 on Thursday.
On Sunday, U.S. safety investigators ruled out excess voltage as the cause of a battery fire this month on a 787 jet operated by Japan Airlines Co (JAL) and said they were expanding the probe to look at the battery’s charger and the jet’s auxiliary power unit.
Reporting by James Topham. Editing by Ken Wills.