State-run Air India will take delivery of all 27 Boeing 787 aircraft it has on order, putting to rest speculation that it might reduce the size of its order because of its huge debt burden and mounting losses. “It is a good aircraft for Air India. We are not cutting any orders,” India’s aviation minister, Ajit Singh, confirms. The delivery of all the aircraft may take up to three years, Singh adds. The 787s are part of a total of 111 aircraft ordered by Air India and the former ...
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