New Delhi, June 22: Prime Minister Narendra Modi is all set to get a new airline for his extensive foreign visits. After two decades of serving the VVIPs of India, the the Boeing 747 jumbo will be replaced by two plush Boeing 777-300s.Also Read - PM Modi's Air India One Flight to Washington, A look Inside And Why It Did Not Stopover at Frankfurt, Explained

Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar will finalise the deal on June 25, in the Defence Acquisition Council meeting. The aircrafts would fall in the same category as the carrier of the United States’ President, Air Force One. These aircrafts boast a state-of-the-art technology and cutting-edge security features. (ALSO READ: Kolkata: Air India flight with Pakistan High Commissioner Abdul Basit on board, cancelled after technical flaws) Also Read - PM Narendra Modi's Air India One Flight to US Skipped Frankfurt Stopover | Here's Why

The new Air India One would not only be able to withstand grenade and rocket attacks but also retaliate against potential threats. It can dodge anti-aircraft missiles and has high-tech jammers which block enemy radars akin to most fighter jets. Also Read - PM Modi Arrives in Bangladesh In New VVIP Boeing 777 Aircraft Air India One. Here Are Its Features

The Prime Minister’s airplane is also capable of receiving radar warning and is fitted with missile-approach warning systems. In case of emergencies, the plane has air-to-air refuelling facilities and an operation theatre. Moreover, doctors will be available in the aircraft at all times.

The Boeing 777-300 can store food for up to 2,000 people, has 19 TV sets, and is fitted with broadband, telecommunication, and other tools for official work on the go. Also, like the present Air India One, it has also an executive office and bedroom.

The Boeing 747 jumbo jets will return to Air India’s fleet is expected to aid the bleeding airline carrier in minimising its loss.