Air India’s first narrowbody aircraft with brand new livery lands in Delhi

Air India welcomed its first narrowbody aircraft in the new livery on early morning of July 7. The Airbus A320 Neo, registered VT-RTN, landed in New Delhi’s IGI Airport from the Airbus facility in Toulouse, France, marking a significant milestone in Air India’s transformation journey.

The A320neo aircraft joining the Air India fleet will feature a three-class configuration: 8 luxurious Business Class seats, 24 Premium Economy seats with extra legroom, and 132 comfortable Economy Class seats. The introduction of Premium Economy cabins on narrow-body aircraft is a first for Air India. This aircraft is expected to enter service in August 2024, operating on domestic short-haul routes. Three A320neo aircraft in three-class configurations with the old Air India livery have already started operating in the domestic network.

From early next year, Air India will start offering enhanced flying experience for its guests operating new, upgraded, and refurbished aircraft – in both the narrowbody and widebody fleet.


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