China’s HNA Group subsidiary Tianjin Airlines plans to expand its long-haul Airbus A330 fleet to 10 aircraft as it accelerates its international expansion pace.   Tianjin Airlines president Liu Lu said the carrier plans to open more international routes to Los Angeles, San Francisco, Vancouver, Melbourne, Auckland and other European cities over the next five years. The Tianjin-based carrier operates one A330 leased from Hainan Airlines. It is expected to introduce two more A330s ...

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