Two Chinese Airlines Cancel 787 Plans, Instead Taking 737s

BEIJING—Two Chinese airlines have dropped plans to buy a total of 11 Boeing 787s, switching to 737 MAX aircraft because of government pressure, industry sources said. The National Development and Reform Commission, China’s top economic planning agency, opposed Ruili Airlines’ and Donghai Airlines’...

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