BEIJING—Airbus believes it can sell up to 100 Airbus A380s to Chinese airlines over the next five years. “I am working on creating a domino effect,” Eric Chen, Airbus Commercial Aircraft China president and CEO said at a company event in Beijing. So far, only China Southern Airlines operates a small fleet of five A380s. Airbus is struggling to sell the aircraft elsewhere. Chen bases his optimism on the growth of Chinese outbound traffic, from 20 million passengers in 2006 ...

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