Air India and CFM International have signed an agreement for LEAP engines that will see the manufacturer “exclusively power” the carrier’s newly announced orders of 210 Airbus A320/A321neo and 190 Boeing 737 MAX family aircraft. Air India requires 800 LEAP engines, including 420 LEAP-1A, 380 LEAP-1B, plus spares, CFM said. The Tata Group-owned carrier also signed a CFM services contract. CFM said it is the biggest deal it has ever signed. “CFM has been a longstanding partner of Air India, and we are delighted to take it to a higher level with this significant order for new engines. They will
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