Juneyao Airlines plans to establish a base at Beijing Daxing International Airport, which is expected to bring service rights that could justify buying more Boeing 787-9s, the carrier’s chairperson said. New intercontinental opportunities at Juneyao’s home town, Shanghai, could also justify a further 787-9 order, Juneyao executive Wang Junjin said. The five 787-9s that entered service with the privately owned Chinese airline in October 2018 are already making money, he added. ...

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