HNA Group subsidiary Hainan Airlines is raising funds to acquire 13 Boeing 787-9s and six 737 MAX 8s.  China’s Civil Aviation Authority has confirmed Hainan Airlines’ five-year plan, paving the way for the additional 19 aircraft. Under the strategy, the Haikou-based carrier will add seven Boeing 787-9s in 2018, followed by another six 787-9s and six 737 MAX 8s between January and August 2019. It currently has 10 787-8s and nine 787-9s in its fleet. Hainan Airlines valued ...

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