A little more than a month after announcing a record annual profit of nearly $15 million (ATWOnline, Jan. 12) Indian Airlines put pen to paper on a deal for 43 A320 family aircraft that was approved by the Indian government last September. The order is worth $2.2 billion, according to the carrier. The deal was signed in New Delhi by Indian Chairman and MD Vishwapati Trivedi along with Airbus Executive VP Kiran Rao, French President Jacques Chirac and Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and ...

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