Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Bangalore: Despite the global meltdown, Boeing, the world's largest manufacturer of commercial and defence aircraft, today said there is no cancellation in its orders from India and assured to deliver aircraft on schedule to its buyers including Air India, the official national carrier.
"We have zero cancellation from India. We have been working carefully. We sold USD 25 billion worth of aircraft in the last three years. Hundred more are to be delivered in the next five years which is valued at USD 17 bn", Dinesh Keskar, the newly appointed President of Boeing India, who takes over his new responsibilities from March one, told a press conference on the eve of Aero India 2009 event here.
Boeing's major buyers in India, Air India, Spice Jet and Jet Airlines have not made any cancellation, Keskar said. "I don't expect any cancellation. We are gearing up to deliver a big order for 68 aircraft by Air India".
11/02/09 PTI/Economic Times

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