Alliance Air is a keen participant in the Government of India’s flagship scheme UDAN or Regional Connectivity Scheme (RCS). Taking responsibility on its shoulders, the airline flies in locations of varied kinds. Unique routes, unique destinations and overcoming unique challenges are what make Alliance Air who they are as an airline.
Alliance Air has a young ATR 72-600 fleet, and the airline is also the first to fly HAL’S Made in India Dornier 228 for passenger flights. Now, Alliance Air is celebrating a happy moment, as it received an ATR 42 recently.
Alliance Air Adds an ATR-42 to Its Fleet:
Alliance Air has shared its happiness on the arrival of its new ATR-42 with a message in the video: "The wait is over as the game changer has arrived, and flying will never be the same again. Hop on Board - The ATR 42. The 48 seater, Aircraft of the future, Engineered to take you to new heights, Offering unparalled comfort with extra leg room. Broadening India's horizons."
The inauguration of the all-new ATR 42 was celebrated with much joy by the airline with an auspicious ceremony.
"An auspicious beginning to a lasting commitment. The journey of transformation begins. Inaugurating the game-changer. The aircraft that will redefine flying. The all-new ATR-42, the light and lean 48-seater that will make flying more efficient, comfortable and affordable. The ATR 42 is ready to take off."
Alliance Air adds an ATR 42-600, The ideal local commuter, to its fleet.
Thanks to its smaller capacity and low trip cost, the ATR 42-600 is perfectly suited to opening, developing and sustaining airline operations while delivering the best economics. Suitable for any kind of environment and powered by new PW127XT engines by Pratt & Whitney Canada, the ATR 42 burns less fuel compared to similar size regional jets.
Overall Length: 22.67m
Standard Configuration: 48 seats at 30” pitch
Best wishes to Alliance Air!