Air India: Green signal for delay of 500 jets, Air India’s approval for game changer –

Air India: Owned by Tata Sons, Air India is one of the most popular airlines in India. A big deal has been reported from Air India. Modern aviation requires modern fleets of airlines. The importance of modern technology to survive in a competitive market like India cannot be overstated. Saving energy and providing good service to customers is the only way to success here. Air India has taken a big step in that direction. Air India has in fact finalized an order for 500 aircraft. The order includes 430 narrowbody and 70 widebody aircraft and the ordered aircraft will be delivered to the airline over the next seven to eight years. The order has so far been shared between European aircraft maker Airbus and American aircraft maker Boeing.

According to reports, the European aircraft manufacturer Airbus has received a large number of orders for 240 A320 Neo and 40 A350 aircraft. On the other hand, American airline Boeing has won orders for 190 737 Max, 20 787 and 10 777x aircraft. According to experts, this aircraft order is going to be a game changer in the Indian airline industry. It is a big step for the Tata Group in its dream of becoming the largest player in the aviation sector in India.

Some information about Air India
Air India is one of the well-known airlines in India, headquartered in New Delhi. It is owned by Tata Sons company Tales Private Limited. Air India operates a fleet of Airbus and Boeing aircraft serving 102 domestic and international destinations. The airline is headquartered at Indira Gandhi International Airport. Air India currently has a market share of 18.6 percent. Air India serves more than 60 international destinations across five continents. The airline became the 27th member of the Star Alliance on 11 July 2014. The airline was founded in 1932 by JRD Tata as Tata Airlines. After World War II, it became a public limited company and was renamed Air India.

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