On display at IAF Museum Palam. This Ajeet bears the crest of No. 2 Sqn. 'Winged Arrows' on the port side, one of the operators of the Ajeet from 1983 to 1991.
1600px. Previously served with British Airways as G-MRSJ, Duo Airways as G-DUOB and Horizon Air as N290RB, before finding its way to Air India.
Owned by DLF, one of the biggest realty companies in India.
1920 Pixels. A view of the ramp outside Terminal 3. All the current residents of T3 can be seen here: Air India (represented by AI Regional - a new ATR72 and an ATR42 in Alliance Air Colours), Jet... (more)
Happy to see 'Maharashtra' flying again! This bird is named after the state of India in which I was born in and continue to be a resident of!
Dedicated to my friend Capt. VD!