Air India has issued a tender seeking the overhaul of 12 sets of landing gears and retraction actuators on-board its Airbus A320 family aircraft.

Tender documents show that six A319s and six A321s require landing gear overhauls.

The supplier also has to provide two Advance Exchange landing gear and actuator shipsets, one for an A319 and the other for an A321. These will be retained by Air India.

“The Advance Exchange landing gear and actuators shipset will be installed on the first due A319 aircraft VT-SCF and A321 aircraft VT-PPA,” adds the Star Alliance carrier.

Landing gear sets for the A319s shall be delivered to Air India’s Kolkata facility, and to Air India’s Mumbai facility for the A321s.

Offers are to be made in a two-bid format, comprised of a technical and price proposal.

Interested parties are to submit their offers to the carrier's Mumbai office by 5 February at 11:00 local time.

Flightglobal’s Fleets Analyzer lists Air India as operating 22 A319-100s and 20 A321-200s.

Source: Cirium Dashboard