Hong Kong Airlines (HX) is considering canceling its order for 10 Airbus A380s according to newswire AFP, amid ongoing Chinese government protests against the European Union Emissions Trading Scheme tax (EU ETS) (ATW Daily News, March 9). "There are no firm decisions at this point. It will depend on how the business and the external environment evolves in the future," an HX spokesman told AFP. Despite the possible cancellation, the spokesperson told AFP that HX would eventually ...

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