Rollout of 747-8 Intercontinental in February. Photo: Courtesy, Boeing. Boeing's slow selling 747-8 Intercontinental got a boost this week as Air China ordered five of the aircraft valued at a combined $1.5 billion based on list prices, although the Beijing-based carrier noted it would get a "significant price concession." In a statement, CA said the aircraft will deliver in 2014-15 and will boost capacity by 6.6%. The aircraft will be operated on routes to North ...

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