Air China A330-200. Photo: By Rob Finlayson. Air China confirmed it has ordered 10 Airbus A330s and 10 A350s and plans to use the aircraft to facilitate international expansion, according to a CA filing with the Shanghai Stock Exchange. Based on list prices, the 10 A330s are worth $1.96 billion while the 10 A350s are valued at $2.53 billion. CA noted it received a large discount from Airbus on the order, but declined to identify the exact price it is paying. The Beijing-based ...

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