Hong Kong Airlines and subsidiary Hong Kong Express over the next four years will receive almost three times as many aircraft as they now operate, including 21 of 30 Airbus A320s ordered in 2007 but not yet delivered. The remaining new aircraft will be 30 widebodies. Setting out its fleet plan, the HNA Group company says that next year it will receive 14 aircraft: six Airbus A330s and eight A320s. In 2013, a further 18 aircraft will arrive: eight A330s, eight A320s and two A380s. On ...
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