EVA Air Swaps On-Order Boeing 787-10s For 777Fs, 787-9s

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EVA Air will acquire four 787-9s rather than 787-10s and extra 777Fs as it adjusts its fleet plans amid COVID-19.
Credit: Joe Pries
Taiwan’s EVA Air has come to an agreement with Boeing to swap seven of its outstanding 787-10 orders to three 777F freighters and four smaller 787-9 aircraft. In a stock exchange announcement, the airline said the move was “in response to changes of market demands” amid the COVID-19 pandemic and the...

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