Indian Airlines appears certain to order 12 A330s to handle its expanding international routes. The airline's board approved the purchase of 12 widebody aircraft, which expands a decision last Sept. to lease six widebodies to replace existing A300B4s. Indian Airlines is drafting an RFP to Airbus and Boeing and also may look at used options. Insiders suggest the A330 or A340 is favored.--GT

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