Vistara in talks with planemakers, lessors to delay taking some aircraft

Indian airline Vistara is in talks with planemakers and leasing companies to delay taking delivery of some aircraft, the carrier's chief strategy officer said on Monday, as Covid-19 hits demand for air travel.

Vistara, owned by India's Tata Sons and Singapore Airlines , placed an order for 13 A320-neo family aircraft from Airbus SE in 2018 and said it would take another 37 Airbus planes from leasing companies - all due for delivery between 2019 and 2023. It also has six Boeing Co 787-9 Dreamliner widebody planes on order,.....

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