Posted by John McHaleTOKYO, 5 July 2011. Officials at All Nippon Airlines (ANA) and Boeing (NYSE: BA) started the service readiness validation process for the 787 Dreamliner to enter into service as part of ANA's fleet. ANA pilots and Boeing personnel will fly a 787 on actual Japanese airline using airline dispatch and flight rules. ANA's ground crews and mechanics also will get experience with the 787 in a simulated environment.The 787 debuted in Japan with a landing at Haneda Airport in Tokyo at. The 787 flight test airplane with ANA markings flew non-stop to Tokyo from Seattle.During the validation process the 787 will have simulated day-to-day airline operations. Maintenance, servicing and flight crew operations will be conducted at five airports in Tokyo, Hiroshima, Okayama, and Osaka (Itami and Kansai). ANA's first scheduled service with the 787 will be either the Haneda-Okayama or Haneda-Hiroshima later this year.ANA has 55 Dreamliners on order and will utilize the Dreamliner across its route network. Boeing officials plan to deliver the first 787 to ANA by the end of the summer or early fall this year.