Air India – Details Of Massive 500 Jet Order

December 17, 2022
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Air India is very close to a massive 500 aircraft order to rejuvenate and expand the once-great Indian airline. 

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Sources say the order will be split evenly between Airbus and Boeing and they suggest that Boeing will secure orders and options for 190 737 MAXs and 30 787s as well as some 777X long-range jets.

Airbus looks set to win orders for 200 A320-family and at least 20 A350s.

Air India is now owned by the huge, and extremely successful, Tata Group.

Industry sources said Airbus is expected to win a slightly larger share of the huge fleet replacement and expansion.

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