EVA Air has signed agreements to acquire 14 CFM56-powered Airbus A321s, EVA Air Chairman James Jeng told Aviation Week today on the sidelines of the Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) annual general meeting in Seoul. “We signed some commitments already” for 14 aircraft, and the first three will join the fleet next year on lease, says Jeng. EVA operates 79 weekly flights to 19 destinations in China and by year-end will serve 25 points in China with 105 weekly frequencies, he ...
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