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Originally published May 9, 2013 at 9:14 AM | Page modified May 9, 2013 at 9:37 AM

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ANA resuming Seattle-Tokyo flights in June

The Port of Seattle says All Nippon Airways will resume nonstop service between Sea-Tac Airport and Tokyo Narita on June 1.

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SEATTLE —

The Port of Seattle says All Nippon Airways will resume nonstop service between Sea-Tac Airport and Tokyo Narita on June 1.

ANA will initially fly Boeing 777 aircraft and switch to Boeing 787s in September.

ANA suspended the route earlier this year after the FAA grounded all 787s because of battery problems, which have now been resolved.

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