Indian Airlines orders 250 Airbus passenger jets to meet growing demand – WORLD


Indian Airlines orders 250 Airbus passenger jets to meet growing demand– The agreement with European aircraft manufacturer Airbus is said to be one of the largest aircraft purchase agreements in the history of commercial aviation.Natarajan Chandrasekaran, chairman of Tata Sons, owner of Indian Airlines, said they had reached an agreement with Airbus to purchase 40 A350 wide-body aircraft and 210 A320neo narrow-body aircraft. Prime Minister Narendra Modi and French President Emmanuel Macron held a video conference on the aircraft purchase agreement. Although Airbus did not provide information on the financial terms of the tens of billions of dollars deal, the company’s CEO Fori said the size of the deal was due to an aviation agreement with India. French President Macron noted that “this is an important milestone in the friendly relations between the two countries.” Indian President Modi said that his country will have the third largest market in the global aviation sector; He said it would require 2,500 aircraft. Toulouse, located in southwestern France, is known as the largest aviation hub in Europe and is home to Airbus’ largest facilities as well as the company’s headquarters. at the beginning of 2022 was bought.

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