China’s Hainan Airlines, which has taken delivery of its first of 10 Boeing 787s, plans to accelerate its international expansion pace. The Haikou-based carrier is scheduled to take delivery of four 787s this year. Hainan’s president Liu Lu said it plans to take delivery of its second 787 in August. These two aircraft will operate on routes from Beijing to Haikou, Shanghai and Chengdu. Its first four Dreamliners will fly on routes to Chicago, Seattle and Toronto, as well as ...

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