China’s Okay Negotiating For A330s To Expand Network

Surging Chinese demand for foreign travel has prompted Tianjin-based Okay Airways to firm up plans to introduce widebody aircraft. The privately owned operator of Boeing 737s is negotiating with Airbus for seven A330s, an industry source said. These would be in addition to 70 A330s covered by a...

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