SEATTLE -  Boeing [NYSE:BA] and All Nippon Airways (ANA) today announced the airline’s intent to purchase three 787-10 Dreamliner aircraft and an order for five Next-Generation 737-800 aircraft.

This agreement, once all commitments are finalized, will be valued at approximately $1.4 billion at current list prices, and ANA will become the first airline in Asia to operate the entire family of 787 Dreamliners.

Ray Conner, president and CEO of Boeing Commercial Airplanes, said: “This decision demonstrates the strength of our decades-long partnership with ANA, and we are honored by their continued confidence in the 787.

“We are proud to play an integral role in ANA’s long-term success as they look to feature the complete family of 787 Dreamliners in their future fleet.”

ANA, the launch customer of the 787, has taken more 787 deliveries than any other customer at 34, with 46 still on order.

The 787-10 is the third and longest member of the 787 family, with larger passenger and cargo capacity, high degree of commonality. According to the aircraft maker, the 787-10 will be 25 to 30 percent more efficient than airplanes of its size.

The Boeing 737-800 aircraft is the best-selling version of the Next-Generation 737 family. The Next-Generation 737 aircraft family has more than 6,800 orders from customers worldwide.