Air India to phase out remaining old Airbus A320s this fiscal
Thursday, April 13, 2017, 5:51 PM
State-owned carrier Air India will be phasing out its remaining aged Airbus Classic A320 planes by this fiscal. The airline has already retired nine A320s from its fleet and the remaining six-planes are likely to go out of service by March next year, Air India Chairman and MD Ashwani Lohani told. The over two-decade-old classic A320, unlike modern-aircraft, has a set of bogey wheels.