Hong Kong Airlines is adding to its Airbus A330-200 order book by placing a firm order for a further six units. The airline is already on the books to take 17 aircraft of the type, adding to 30 A320s previously ordered. Initially, the carrier expects to start A330-200 operations on its existing routes, but on June 23, it will inaugurate service to Moscow. The aircraft will be configured for two-class service. The deal brings the Airbus order book for the year to more than 40 ...
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