Alliance Air Not A Subsidiary Anymore, Says Air India

Alliance Air operates with a fleet size of 20 (18 ATR 72-600s and two HAL Do-228s).

New Delhi:

Tata Group-owned Air India on Thursday said Alliance Air is “no longer a subsidiary” and bookings or queries related to it will not be handled by the carrier with effect from April 15, 2022.

The airline advised passengers that “Air India tickets with a 4-digit flight number beginning with ‘9’ or a 3-digit flight number beginning with ‘9I’ belong to Alliance Air.”

For any further assistance, the airline shared the contact numbers (+91-44-4255 4255 and +91-44-3511 3511), email id ( and website details ( .

Alliance Air operates with a fleet size of 20 (18 ATR 72-600s and two HAL Do-228s) according to its website.

Tata controls Air India through its subsidiary, Tales. The group also manages a 50 per cent stake in Air India Express as well as ground handling arm Air India SATS.

Air India is the third airline brand in the Tata Group stable – it has a majority stake in Vistara, a joint venture with AirAsia India and Singapore Airlines Ltd.

At present, Air India handles over 4,400 domestic and 1,800 international landing and parking slots at domestic airports as well as 900 slots abroad.

Tata founded Tata Airlines in 1932, which was later renamed Air India in 1946.

In January, the government took over control of the airline in 1953, but JRD Tata remained its chairman until 1977. Air India will return to Tata after 69 years.


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