TAIPEI, Taiwan—The Airbus A350-900 is performing reliably in service with new operator China Airlines and is well supported by its airframe and engine manufacturers, the Taiwan-based carrier says. Asked to compare the operability of the A350 and the similarly sized Boeing 777-300ER, China Airlines Chairman Nuan-Hsuan Ho had no complaints about either. The airline is unusual in having recent experience in introducing both types in quick succession. China Airlines received its first ...

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