Air India has signed leases and letters of intent for 25 Airbus narrowbody and five Boeing widebody aircraft to augment its existing fleet in the near term. The airline, which is now owned by Tata Sons, will be inducting new aircraft after only limited fleet renewal...
Indian airlines are expanding their footprint globally. The full-service airline, Vistara, which is a joint venture between Singapore Airlines and Tata Sons, has announced a more than 100 percent increase in frequencies to and from Frankfurt and Paris to Delhi. This...
Our regular conversation with the team at Sarin & Co. about aviation matters in India – the agenda for this call was upbeat and we were pleased not to be talking about Covid. Our agenda was as follows: The war in Ukraine; high fuel prices; and the overall...
Air India is considering ordering as many as 300 narrow-body jets to expand its domestic and regional fleet, and overhaul the fleet under its new owners, the Tatas. This order could be one of the largest orders in commercial aviation history. The airline is in...
Air India is close to ordering the Airbus A350 to add the type to its fleet. The widebody could join the fleet as early as the first quarter of 2023, AirInsight has learned following reports on Bloomberg. In January, Air India was privatized and returned to the...
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