The rudder is deflected and skid plate is extended (the rod extending from the bottom of the aircraft). Delivered in January 2015 and is part of an order of five ATR72s.
The domestic departure area of Terminal-3 at Delhi. Currently, serving the Full Service Carriers (Air India, Jet Airways and Vistara) and one Low Cost Carrier (Air Asia India)
QATARI 233 named Ras Dukhan pushed back and getting ready for her flight back home to Doha International Airport, Qatar.
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!