Computer-generated drawing of China Airlines A350-900. Photo: Courtesy, Airbus. Taipei-based China Airlines plans to introduce a strategic investor to help fund fleet expansion as air traffic across the Taiwan Strait increases, according to widespread news reports from Hong Kong. Although CI Chairman Zhang Jiazhu declined to name a carrier, he noted a strategic investor could help improve its management level. In 2000, CI planned to sell a stake to Singapore Airlines but the ...

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