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ANA Holdings Inc. and the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) have joined forces to look into the feasibility of using a satellite system to find the best flight paths for airplanes by observing wind and other conditions, thus cutting fuel consumption and costs.

The airline group and the space agency signed a contract in January and aim to conduct joint research with other parties, including Keio University, until next January.

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