The sixth 787 makes its first flight in October 2010. Photo: Courtesy, Boeing. Xiamen Airlines is negotiating with Boeing on an order for six 787 aircraft as part of its international expansion plan, according to Xiamen GM Che Shanglun. The Xiamen-based carrier operates a fleet of 68 Boeing aircraft on more than 15 domestic and international routes. It plans to expand its fleet to more than 130 by 2015. Che revealed the carrier had net income of CNY1.8 billion ($272.6 million) in ...

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