China Eastern A330-300. Photo: By Rob Finlayson. China Eastern Airlines said it expects its 2010 net income to increase tenfold over a CNY540 million ($81.6 million) net profit reported in 2009 owing to robust domestic market demand. The information was contained in a statement released by the Shanghai Stock Exchange on Tuesday. The announcement came just days after the Shanghai-based carrier said it agreed to acquire 50 Airbus A320s scheduled for delivery between 2012 and 2015. Based ...

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