EVA Air is evaluating the Boeing 777 freighter and also will consider the 787-10 passenger aircraft with the intention of placing an order, says EVA President Chang Kuo-wei. The Taiwanese carrier originally planned to order 10 777Fs, but may end up taking as few as seven because of the current global economic uncertainty, says Chang. EVA needs to phase out its Boeing MD-11Fs because rising fuel prices are making the three-engine aircraft uneconomical, he says. Chang was speaking to ...


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