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Air India takes delivery of it’s first Sharklet Airbus A320

Last week Indian national carrier Air India took delivery of it newest Airbus A320 equipped with the new Sharklet wingtips. The aircraft is registered VT-EXA and was ferried to New Delhi on the 5th of February.

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Photo copyright Gerd Beilfuss. Photo used with permission, do not copy or reproduce in any form.
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Photo copyright Gerd Beilfuss. Photo used with permission, do not copy or reproduce in any form.

The aircraft delivered under a 12-year operating lease agreement from China Aircraft Leasing Group Holdings Limited (CALC). CALC shall deliver an additional four new A320 aircraft to Air India by the end of 2015. The aircraft is also equipped with light-weight dragonfly Z85 cabin seats.

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