China Eastern Airlines said it sealed a deal to buy 10 A320s valued at $613 million. The carrier said in a statement that relevant government authorities have approved the transaction and the 10 aircraft are set to be delivered between March 2011 and June 2012. They will be used to meet increasing domestic demand for short/medium-haul flights. Separately, CEA said it now expects to report a profit for the first half of 2007 after previously projecting a loss. A source told ATWOnline that it ...

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