Jet to acquire 10 Dreamliners for over $1.5 bn

Jet Airways will acquire 10 Boeing 787-8 series aircraft, better known as the Dreamliner. The listed price of the aeroplanes is more than $1.5 billion.

Jet Airways will be the first private carrier and the second domestic airline after national carrier Air-India to acquire the Dreamliner aircraft. Air-India is acquiring 27 Dreamliners.

The delivery of the 10 aircraft is scheduled for between July 2011 and December 2012, subject to government clearances. They will be used for Jet’s international operations. A decision on whether to buy them outright or lease them will be taken closer to actual delivery.

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One Response to “Jet to acquire 10 Dreamliners for over $1.5 bn”

  1. T Man Says:

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