AUCKLAND—Vietnam Airlines aims to make substantial progress on its fleet upgrade plans this year, as it takes delivery of more new-generation aircraft and considers further orders. The carrier expects to receive the first three of its eight Boeing 787-10 orders in the second half of 2019. These will join the 11 787-9s it operates. Vietnam Airlines said it is also due to complete the delivery of its 20 Airbus A321neos by year-end. It currently operates 11 of these aircraft, according ...

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