new Delhi. A new update has come about Air India, the airline that went under the control of Tata Group. According to media reports, Tata Sons is planning to add new aircraft to Air India’s fleet. For this, the company has planned big orders. According to people familiar with the matter, the Boeing Company and Airbus SE are in talks with the new owners of Air India Limited to order a fleet of new aircraft.
Tata Sons Pvt had taken over the debt-ridden airline from the government last month. Tata Sons has started talks with plane makers and lessors for jets, including Airbus A350-900s and Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners, people said on condition of anonymity.
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According to sources, the talks are in the initial stage. Tata Sons has assessed the correct fleet mix and is yet to take any decision on the type of aircraft or the size of the order. People said the company is in discussions for a new Airbus or Boeing narrow-body jet, which is the mainstay of Air India’s domestic operations, as well as aircraft capable of flying to the US.
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N Chandrasekaran had said this thing
According to Bloomberg News, Tata Group chairman N Chandrasekaran told Air India employees at an internal company briefing earlier this month, “In terms of the fleet, we know we have to work. We will do it quickly. We will upgrade our fleet. We will bring modernity to our fleet. We will bring a new fleet.”
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