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Japan

Routes

Airports: NRT, HND, ITM, KIX, NGO, FUK, HKD, HIJ, KAG, KMI, KMJ, KMQ, KOJ, MYJ, NGS, CTS, OKJ, TOY, OKA, UKB

Africa: CAI

Asia: PEK, PVG, CAN, HKG, ICN, KUL, SIN, BKK, DEL, CGK, GMP

Oceania: AKL, CHC

The Americas: LAX, SFO, IAD, JFK, ORD, EWR, SEA, HNL, YYZ, DFW, ATL, TIJ, MEX

Europe: CDG, AMS, MXP, FCO, VIE, LHR, FRA, SVO

Airlines

African: MS

Asian: NH, JL, CA, CX, CZ, KE, MH, OZ, SQ, TG, VN, AI, EK, PR

American: AA, CO, DL, UA, AC, AM, FX

Oceanian: NZ

European: AF, AZ, KL, OS, TK

Incoming / Outgoing 777 services

Japan must be the country with the most cities served by 777s. Tokyo - Narita is also the world's most served airport by 777s (23 airlines, with around 60 departures daily; for further information see the "Statistics" pages).
Japanese heavy industriy companies supply huge parts for the 777. These parts are shipped by container vessels to Seattle and then are transported by railways to Boeing's Everett plant.
Kawasaki HI, Fuji HI Mitsubishi HI and Shinmaywa HI are also risk-sharing partners for Boeing and the T7-program. The first "fully manufactured" 777. In fall 1995 ANA has received its 1st 777. In 1996 JAL and JAS (now, both flying under the name of JAL - Japan Airlines) received their first 777s.

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