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China's Avolon may increase orders for A330neo

The aircraft-leasing company is in talks with carriers keen to add the plane to their fleets; it sees the A330neo suited for Asia as intra-continental and longer haul flights increase

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An employee fixing a model of an Airbus A330neo aircraft at an airshow. "We see demand for at least 1,000 A330neo aircraft over the next 15 years globally," says Avolon CEO Domhnal Slattery.

Hong Kong

AVOLON, the aircraft-leasing company acquired by the parent of China's Hainan Airlines Co, is in talks with carriers keen to add Airbus Group SE's A330neo to their fleets and may increase orders for the new wide-body jet as Asian travel demand spikes.

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