Taj Air plans expansion

Guest Writer

Taj Air, the Indian air charter services company owned by the Tata Group, is planning to expand its fleet. A Times of India report stated that the company is replacing its aging aircraft with new one new Falcon 2000 LX and a turbo-prop P.180 Avanti II, for a total cost INR1.7 billion (US$37.5 million). The carrier, formerly known as Megapode Airlines, will retire its fleet of old Falcon 2000s.

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