BEIJING—Air China has ordered 20 Airbus A350s, adding to the 10 currently in service and providing potential replacements for the airline’s oldest long-haul aircraft. All are earmarked as A350-900s but the last five to be delivered can be switched to the A350-1000 version, the airline said. Deliveries will run from 2020 to 2022. The order is worth $6.5 billion at current list prices but Airbus granted “a relatively large discount,” Air China said. Apart from four ...

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