You have outdated information. From Boeing's website:
SEATTLE, May 15, 2001 - All Nippon Airways (ANA) announced today that it has selected The Boeing Company to convert two ANA 747-400 airplanes from its international configuration to its domestic configuration. Boeing Airplane Services will perform the conversion work for both airplanes at its Wichita Modification Center in Wichita, Kan.
Boeing will convert the airplanes from a three-class, 367-seat configuration to a two-class, 569-seat layout. The reconfiguration primarily involves removing the winglets and installing wingtips, as well as modifying the cabin interior with new passenger and attendant seats, in-flight entertainment systems, galleys, lavatories, floor coverings, closets and stowage units. With a new interior layout and modified wing structure, ANA's 747-400s will be ready for high-cycle, increased density, domestic routes in Japan.
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