ANA Holdings’ board has approved a firm order for 15 Airbus and Boeing aircraft.

This comprises of three Boeing 787-10s, five 737-800s, four Airbus A321s and three A321neos.

The order is worth Y259 billion ($2.2 billion) at list prices.

The additional jets will give the group flexibility to handle the expected slots increase at Tokyo, and for it to match capacity with demand on domestic routes, says ANA Holdings.

The 737s are scheduled to be delivered in fiscal 2015, to be followed by the current generation A321s in fiscal 2016. The airline’s financial year starts from April.

The -10s will join its fleet in fiscal 2019 through to fiscal 2020, followed by the A321neos between fiscal 2020 and fiscal 2021.

Flightglobal’s Ascend Fleets database shows that mainline All Nippon Airways has 187 aircraft in service. It also has a further 121 aircraft on order, including 23 A321neos, 20 777-9Xs, 4 787-8s and 42 787-9s.

Source: Cirium Dashboard