Lhasa-based startup Tibet Air signed a commitment to acquire three A319s to launch its fleet, Airbus said yesterday.
A319. Photo: Courtesy, Airbus. Lhasa-based startup Tibet Air signed a commitment to acquire three A319s to launch its fleet, Airbus said yesterday. Engine selection was not announced. The carrier, which received CAAC approval in March, has registered capital of CNY280 million ($41.3 million) comprising CNY142.8 million from Tibet Autonomous Region Investment Co., which holds a 51% stake; CNY109.2 million from Sanli Investment Co., which holds 39%; and CNY28 million from Tibet Ruiyi ...
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