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Govt allocates INR 11,158cr for Alliance Air

Alliance Air, the only government-owned airline has got a boost in the Budget with the government allocating an investment of INR 1,158 crore into the company for FY 25.

The government had allocated INR 1,174 crore in last Budget but subsequently infused another round of INR 600 crore.

Currently, the airline operates 57 domestic and one international destination with its fleet comprising 18 ATR72-600 aircraft, two ATR 42-600 aircraft, and one Dornier Do-228. The airline’s second ‘Made in India Dornier’ aircraft is expected to be inducted shortly.
The airline is a major operator of flights under the UDAN (regional air connectivity) scheme, operating around 60 flights daily.

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