Air India 777-200LR. Courtesy, Boeing The Air Line Pilots Assn. (ALPA) has been granted court permission to become party to a lawsuit brought by Airlines for America (A4A, formerly Air Transport Assn.) against the US Export-Import Bank (Ex-Im Bank). The suit seeks to halt a pending deal for $3.4 billion in Ex-Im bank loan guarantees that will enable Air India (AI) to finance 30 aircraft including 27 787s (ATW Daily News, Nov. 17). ALPA asserted that the deal could “seriously ...

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