Tata Group expands Air India fleet in two years


Tata group Air India plans to expand his fleet in a few years.

The proposed new aluminum birds will be a mix of narrow and wide built from the two manufacturers, Airbus and Boeing, media reports said.

Currently, Air India’s fleet consists of a mix of Boeing (777-200LR, 777-300ER and 787-800 Dreamliner) and Airbus (319, 320, 320Neo and 321) aircraft with 113 operational flights.

It will be interesting to see how the Tata Group finances the fleet expansion.

It is also said that Air India has asked his pilots if they want to be trained in flying A350meaning the airline plans to include the same in its fleet for long-haul flights.

However, Air India officials were not available for comment.

The Tata Group acquired Air India from the Indian government last year. The group already has Vistara and Air Asia under its wing.


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