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Puss Moth

Puss Moth

The plane the started it all - the he hailland puss moth, which had a cruising speed of 100 mph & a rangeof 714 miles. it wings span was 36 ft 9 inches as compared the Boeing 747's 195 ft 8 inches.

DC - 3

DC - 3

The Miles Merlin was a 4 -seater aeroplane which joined the fleet in 1935.

Stinson Trimotor

Stinson Trimotor

The Stinson Trmotor which required a " firm hand ".

Parcival Q - 6

Parcival Q - 6

DC - 3

DC - 3

The DC - 3 which was the mainstay of Air - India's Fleet in the immediate postwar period. Pilots called it an ' amiable cow'.

B 777- 200LR

B 777- 200LR

A 319

A 319

ATR 42 - 320

ATR 42 - 320

CRJ

CRJ

Leaopard Moth DH - 85

Leaopard Moth DH - 85

The de Havilland Leopard Moth DH - 85 was a development of the Puss Month & was used by Tata Airlines between 1933 -34

Waco TQC - 6

Waco TQC - 6

Tata Sons began Bombay - Indore - Bhopal - Gwalior - Delhi Service with the Waco YQC - 6 on November 6, 1937. The first flight was flown by Mr J.R.D. Tata.

Waco TQC - 6

Waco TQC - 6

Tata Sons began Bombay - Indore - Bhopal - Gwalior - Delhi Service with the Waco YQC - 6 on November 6, 1937. The first flight was flown by Mr J.R.D. Tata.

Douglas DC - 2

Douglas DC - 2

The Douglas DC - 2, a temperamental beast, if ever there was one.

Boeing 707

Boeing 707

B 777 - 300ER

B 777 - 300ER

A 320

A 320

A 330

A 330

Fox Moth DH - 83

Fox Moth DH - 83

The de Havilland Fox Moth DH - 83 was a 4 seater biplane which joined the fleet in early 1935.

Dragon Rapide DH - 89

Dragon Rapide DH - 89

The Dragon Rapide DH - 89, which joined the Tata Airlines fleet in December 1938, was the first aeroplane to be fitted with a radio.

Express Airliner

Express Airliner

De Havilland 86, Epress Airliner. These aircraft were purchased from mac - robert son miller airline of Australia in 1939. They carried 10 to 16 passenger.

Beechcraft Expeditor

Beechcraft Expeditor

The Beechcraft expetior which joined Tata Airlines during the war.

B 747 - 400

B 747 - 400

B 787 Dreamliner

B 787 Dreamliner

Air India’s latest induction into its fleet is the stuff dreams are made of – the Boeing 787 Dreamliner – which redefines passenger experience, environmental performance, lower operating cost and better economic performance.

A 321

A 321

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