Spanish tourism conglomerate Globalia has firmed up options for eight Boeing 787-9s to support the growth and modernization of the long-haul fleet of its fully-owned airline subsidiary, Air Europa. Air Europa’s widebody fleet currently consists of 13 Airbus A330-200s. In 2004, it was the first airline to express interest in the A350, but in 2007 canceled its letter of intent to purchase 10 A350-800s and instead placed an order for eight Boeing Rolls-Royce Trent 1000-powered 787-8s, which ...

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