China Airlines said yesterday that its board approved the signing of a letter of intent with Airbus to purchase 14 A350-900s plus six options valued at $4.2 billion if all options are exercised. The aircraft will be delivered from 2015 to 2020, replacing the airline's A340-300 fleet and expanding its mid- and long-haul capacity. "The move re-affirms CA's determination to improve and modernize its fleet, expand its markets and meet passenger demand in order to strengthen its position as a ...

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