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Over a 15-year stretch, LanzaTech has developed technologies that can turn carbon emissions into ethanol that can be used for chemicals and fuel. Today, the company announced the spin-out of LanzaJet, alongside its corporate partners Mitsui, Suncor and All Nippon Airways, to bring sustainable aviation fuel to the commercial market. The new company has launched with commitments from the Japanese trading and investment company, Mitsui & Co. and Canadian oil and gas producer Suncor Energy to invest $85 million to back the first pilot and development-scale facilities that LanzaJet will be constructing.
Japan Airlines <9201.T> on Thursday declined to release an annual earnings forecast or pay a shareholder dividend amid uncertainty over the future of air travel as the coronavirus pandemic saps demand for flights. Japan Airlines, and larger rival ANA Holdings <9202.T> have halted nearly international passenger flights and most domestic services since the start of the coronavirus outbreak. ANA on Tuesday also said it will release an earnings forecast when it can better assess business conditions.
ANA Holdings <9202.T>, Japan's biggest airline, said on Tuesday it would not release an earnings forecast for the full year amid the coronavirus pandemic that has caused an unprecedented slump in air travel and could further stagnate the global economy. ANA also said it will not pay a dividend this year. The airline has cut international passenger flights by 90% and domestic services by 70% as the coronavirus outbreak and related travel restrictions slash demand for seats on its planes.
Japan Airlines Co is discussing the possibility of securing financing totalling $2.8 billion from its lenders to cushion the financial blow of the coronavirus outbreak, public broadcaster NHK said on Saturday. The airline, which has seen its passenger numbers tumble as it has slashed 90% of its international flights and 60% of domestic flights, has tapped its main lenders Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group, Mizuho Financial Group and other banks for extra funding, NHK said, citing unnamed sources. It was also considering securing special emergency funding from the Development Bank of Japan (DBJ), it added.
SEATTLE/TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's ANA Holdings Inc will buy 15 Boeing Co 787 Dreamliners worth $5 billion at list prices, it said, the first commercial order announcement for the U.S. planemaker this year as it wrestles with the grounding of the smaller 737 MAX. The deal, which sees Japan's biggest carrier switch from Rolls-Royce engines to ones supplied by General Electric, is a boost for Boeing after it posted no January orders for the first time in decades. ANA's order includes 11 787-10 stretch versions and four shorter 787-9s.
SEATTLE/TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's ANA Holdings Inc <9202.T> will buy 15 Boeing Co <BA.N> 787 Dreamliners worth $5 billion at list prices, it said, the first commercial order announcement for the U.S. planemaker this year as it wrestles with the grounding of the smaller 737 MAX. The deal, which sees Japan's biggest carrier switch from Rolls-Royce <RR.L> engines to ones supplied by General Electric <GE.N>, is a boost for Boeing after it posted no January orders for the first time in decades. ANA's order includes 11 787-10 stretch versions and four shorter 787-9s.
Such a delay would be the sixth for the programme, which aims to revive Japan's dormant commercial aviation industry. The plane, this year renamed the SpaceJet instead of the Mitsubishi regional jet, was originally due to enter service in 2013. Jefferies analyst Sho Fukuhara said in a note to clients that the delays, if confirmed, could trigger market concerns about Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd <7011.T>, the planemaker's largest shareholder.