China Allocates Airbus A330s To Four Airlines

Hainan Airlines will take 20 of the 45 current-production A330s that the Chinese government has ordered in return for Airbus setting up a completion center in China. China Aviation Supplies—the agency that buys aircraft in bulk for Chinese airlines—has also allocated 15 of the aircraft to China...

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