Remarks: One of the three Canadian Regional Jets (CRJs) in the Air India Regional Fleet. Seen here is Juliet Bravo taxiing to the active to fly to Jolly Grant Airport, Dehradun, Uttarakhand, India as Air India 9819.
Remarks:Air India 410 arriving at New Delhi International Airport from Lok Nayak Jayaprakash Airport, Patna (PAT). This bird is wearing the confused Air India-Indian Airlines livery. The fuselage is of the erstwhile Indian Airlines, while the "Indian" text has been replaced with "Air India".
Remarks: Oh you mighty GE90-115B! Time and time again, you make me fall in love for you! Seen here is one of the power plant of the Mighty Boeing 777-337ER of Air India.
Trivia on the GE90-115B
The GE90-115B, the world's most powerful turbofan engine, is the exclusive powerplant for Boeing's longer-range 777-300ER and -200LR twinjets. During its initial ground tests, a GE90 engine achieved unprecedented power for a jet engine, reaching 122,965 pounds of thrust. However, In late 2002, the GE90-115B broke its original record by reaching 127,900 pounds of thrust during final certification testing. The new record was set while completing a required U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) 150-hour block test. During this intensive test, the engine ran for approximately 60 hours at triple red-line conditions (maximum fan speed, maximum core speed and maximum exhaust gas temperature) to evaluate the engine at its operational limits.