Air India intends to acquire 14 Airbus A320s on lease for up to six years, to replace some of its aging aircraft and strengthen its domestic service. The airline wants to replace 14 older A320s and another 5 A319s. The aircraft, in an all-economy configuration with 188 seats, are being leased in a bid to meet heightened competition on domestic routes. According to the airline’s tender document, the quotations should be sent by May 29 when the technical bids will be ...
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