Boeing, Vistara Confirm Agreement for Up to Ten 787 Dreamliners
The Singapore Airlines and Tata Group joint venture will be first airline in India to operate 787-9s

FARNBOROUGH, Jul. 17, 2018– Boeing [NYSE:BA] and Vistara today confirmed the joint venture between Singapore Airlines and Tata Group, has agreed to order six 787-9 Dreamliners, with options for four more jets at the 2018 Farnborough International Airshow.


The agreement, valued at $2.8 billion at current list prices, will enable Vistara to become the first operator of the 787-9 in India. In addition, the new Dreamliners will mark the first widebody airplanes for the Indian carrier and will help launch long-haul operations.


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Paul R. Bergman


Media Relations Lead


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