Air China will take the 10 Airbus A350 XWBs ordered by China Aviation Supplies Holding Co (CASC) on Nov. 4, as well as 10 A330s. CASC’s recent deal with Airbus for 102 aircraft comprised 66 new orders, including 10 A350s, six A330s and 50 A320 family aircraft. Rolls-Royce, which is sole engine supplier on the A350 with its Trent XWB, confirms that Air China is taking the 10 A350s, and the company will also provide Trent 700s for 10 A330s that the airline will receive. Rolls values ...
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