Air India orders 470 aircraft from Airbus and Boeing
Among other things, Air India is said to have ordered 210 Airbus A320neo aircraft.
The airline has ordered more than $100 billion worth of aircraft from the two manufacturers, according to industry insiders. It would be one of the largest aircraft orders in aviation history.
Air India has placed one of the largest aircraft orders in aviation history, according to insiders. The airline of the Indian conglomerate Tata belongs to buy airbus and Boeing a total of 470 planes that cost more than $100 billion at list prices, industry insiders told Reuters.
An agreement for the purchase of 250 aircraft was signed with Airbus on Friday. These were divided into 210 A320neo machines and 40 A350. With Boeing the purchase of a total of 220 aircraft of the types 737 Max, 787 and 777Xs had already been agreed on January 27. The deals had already become apparent in December.
Airbus declined to comment. Opinions from AirIndia and Boeing were initially not available.