New Delhi, Feb 23 (UNI) Low cost airlines GoAir today said it will buy ten Airbus A320 to expand its operations to major business and leisure destinations across the country.
GoAir had launched its services with two A320s in November 2005.
A further four leased A320s are scheduled to enter the fleet during 2006.
''GoAir is the preferred choice of all leading Indian operators.
This is the beginning of a long term partnership between GoAir and Airbus,'' Managing Director GoAir Jeh Wadia said in a statement.
The A320 family delivers the lowest running costs, making it the most economic aircraft in its class and is the most preffered in short and medium haul routes.
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