China Airlines will order six Boeing 777-300ERs as a part of a fleet renewal plan to meet the fast-growing market demand. The Taipei-based carrier reportedly plans to order 10 of the aircraft type but only six were approved by the carrier’s board of directors. More aircraft orders will be announced in the coming days, according to the airline. The six aircraft are scheduled for delivery from 2014. “Replacing the fleet is the main reason for the company to buy new ...

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