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Indian airlines lodge record orders at Paris Airshow

The world’s largest aviation expo is back after four years.

Paris Airshow returned in 2023 after a four-year hiatus.

Nevil Gibson Thu, 22 Jun 2023

The voracious appetite of Indian airlines for new aircraft in the world’s fastest-growing aviation market has dominated the 54th Paris Airshow at Le Bourget Airport.

Paris alternates with Farnborough as the largest commercial and defence air expo. It was last held four years ago. Day one began

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