Taiwan’s EVA Air has signed an MOU with Airbus for four additional A330-300s. As with its existing A330 fleet, the new aircraft will be powered by General Electric’s CF6-80 engines by General Electric. Airbus COO John Leahy said the aircraft offers “unbeatable operating costs and superior comfort levels” to “make it the perfect platform for EVA Air’s high quality product offering.” EVA Air currently operates a fleet of 29 Airbus aircraft, including ...

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