Taiwan carrier EVA Air, which already is buying Boeing 777-300ERs, is considering the Boeing 777X and Boeing 787-10. “Both types are on our shopping list, and we are waiting for Boeing to reveal more information with respect to the 787-10 and 777X when the programs are launched,” EVA’s top management says in a statement in response to a query from Aviation Week. The statement also says EVA is considering ordering Boeing 777 freighters as a replacement for the airline’s Boeing MD-11Fs ...
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