Alliance Air plans to fly 70-seater jets from April

Alliance Air, the wholly owned subsidiary of Indian Airlines, is planning to fly 70-seater regional jets from April 2007. Currently, the airline operates bigger aircraft such as Boeing and ATR. 
 
The Canada-based Bombardier and Brazilian Embraer are leading manufacturers of 70-seaters. 
 
Currently, Bombardier jets are used by Air Sahara while Embraer types are used by south-based airline Paramount Airways. 
 
According to sources, these jets will be domestic budget carrier wing of the merged entity formed after the merger of Air-India and Indian Airlines. 

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