Air China 737-800. Photo: Courtesy, Boeing. Air China said it plans to introduce more than 30 new aircraft this year, citing rapidly increasing market demand. The Beijing-based carrier said 8-10 of the new aircraft will be long-haul; it is accelerating international expansion and will launch its first route to Africa this year. CA pointed out that international flying accounts for 45%-50% of its total revenue. In addition, the airline will allocate new aircraft to the Shanghai ...

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