China Southern subsidiary XiamenAir has ordered 30 Boeing 737 family aircraft, comprising 20 737-8s and 10 737-10s, according to a filing released through Shanghai Stock Exchange. The order is worth $3.24 billion at list prices. Deliveries will be from 2019-2022—five 737-8s in 2019; seven 737-8s in 2020; eight 737-8s and seven 737-10s in 2021; and three 737-10s in 2022. China Southern said the aircraft will increase capacity by 3.74% for the China Southern Group, which comprises ...

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