BEIJING—The Chinese government is negotiating an order for at least 70 Airbus A330s on behalf of the country’s carriers, including Hainan Airlines, two industry officials say. One official believes an order for up to 160 A330s is possible, but the other official is sure that the figure will be closer to 70. Both agree that the order will be a mix of A330ceos and A330neos. Airbus has been offering to supply the current-production A330-300 with paperwork for a lower gross weight, ...

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