Jet Airways, fresh off its acquisition of Air Sahara, is considering ordering the A380 or 747-8, CEO Wolfgang Prock-Schauer told ATWOnline. He said delivery positions for either aircraft will not be available before the 2010-11 timeframe, "when we will need more capacity." Between April 2007 and March 2008, Jet takes delivery of 10 777-300ERs and six A330s. "Including two ILFC-leased A330s and an additional four A330s, we will have 22 long-haul aircraft," Prock-Schauer said. He also told ...

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