India's state-owned domestic carrier Indian Airlines has firmed up plans to issue a global tender later this week to dry-lease four A320 aircraft for three years in an effort to beef up its fleet strength, IA officials said yesterday. The tender document stipulates that the aircraft, besides having a Class Two configuration and meeting all the minimum requirements stipulated by India's Directorate-General of Civil Aviation, also must have collision avoidance systems, non-containerized ...

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