Indian low-cost carrier IndiGo says it will add 28 new Airbus A320 aircraft to its fleet by 2014. “We have been granted permission by the Indian Civil Aviation Ministry to import new aircraft. The additional aircraft will enable IndiGo to take its low-fare and hassle-free service to more customers and enable stronger connectivity,” a spokesman for the airline says. IndiGo currently has a fleet of 66 aircraft. “We will be inducting 16 airplanes this year and the remaining 12 in ...
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