Air India To Replace Narrowbody Aircraft

NEW DELHI— State-owned carrier Air India is in talks with lessors for 19 aircraft as it seeks to replace its aging narrowbody fleet with new fuel-efficient aircraft. The board of Air India has “approved dry leasing” of 19 Airbus A320 aircraft, according to Mahesh Sharma, India’s junior minister for...

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