Air China has ordered six Boeing 777-300ERs, worth $2.051 billion at list prices, according to a statement released by the Shanghai Stock Exchange. The new aircraft, which will be used for international expansion, are scheduled to be delivered between 2016-2017. The deal is subject to Chinese government approval. Air China noted the deal would increase the carrier’s capacities by 5% in terms of as ATKs as of Dec. 31, 2015. According to the Civil Aviation Administration of China, ...

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