China Eastern Airlines took delivery of its first two 737-700s that have been modified for operations at high-altitude remote airports such as Lhasa and Bangda. The modifications include 1 hr. of additional emergency oxygen supply and enhancements to the cabin pressure control system that allow operations at airports located at up to 14,500 ft. CEA's Yunnan subsidiary operates 737-300s, 737-700s and 767-300s in domestic and international services. It has ordered four 737-700s with the ...

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