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Emirates says buying Chinese aircraft a possible future option

Emirates says buying Chinese aircraft a possible future option

DUBAI — Emirates Airline said Tuesday that buying planes produced in other countries or regions than the United States or the European Union could be an option, depending on market conditions. Sheikh Ahmed Bin Saeed Al-Maktoum, chairman of Dubai’s state-owned carrier Emirates Airline, made the remarks following the first public tests of China’s first homemade large passenger jet C919 this week.
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