Budget airline in India in talks to buy 50 jets (Houston Chronicle)

Indian industrial conglomerate Wadia group, best known for its textile brand Bombay Dyeing, will launch a low-cost airline in October and is in talks with Airbus and Boeing Co. to buy 50 new jets over the next five to seven years, an official said today.


Posted August 19, 2005

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