According to Air India, Alliance Air is no longer a subsidiary. Alliance Air is no longer a subsidiary of Air India, according to the airline. Tata Sons formally acquired Air India last year, prompting this statement.The news came months after the government of India legally handed up Air India to Tata Group, the debt-ridden Maharaja's preferred buyer.
With a fleet of 18 ATR 72-600 aircraft, Alliance Air provides regional flights to India's smallest towns and cities.
Passengers who hold Air India tickets with a 4-digit flight number beginning with '9' or a 3-digit flight number beginning with '9I' should be aware that these reservations really belong to Alliance Air, which is no longer a part of the carrier, according to a tweet from Air India.
Tata now owns four airlines after acquiring Air India and Air India Express. Vistara, a joint venture with Singapore Airlines, and AirAsia India are the other two. According to speculations in the media, Tata may contemplate integrating all or part of the airlines in order to strengthen its position in specific areas and improve its routes.