BEIJING—Chinese carriers Ruili Airlines and Donghai Airlines are sticking with plans to acquire Boeing 787s, well informed industry sources said, contradicting an Aviation Daily report that 737s would be bought. Ruili is not changing a definitive contact it signed in July for six 787-9s, while Donghai, having signed an agreement for five 787s, continues to negotiate finalization of that order, said the sources, who are well placed to monitor the situation. Other industry sources told ...

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