GoAir and Jet Airways reportedly plan to make a combined order of at least 60 new Airbus aircraft, valued at USD6.5 billion at list prices (Reuters/Economic Times/Dow Jones/Agence France-Presse/AFP, 09-Jun-2011). Go Airlines will reportedly order at least 50 A320s, valued at around USD4 billion, while Jet Airways will reportedly order around 10 A330s, valued at around USD2.5 billion. The orders are likely to be announced at the Paris Air Show, which starts on 20-Jun-2011.
GoAir and Jet Airways to make combined order of 60 Airbus aircraft: reports
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