Jet Airways plans to receive five 68-seat ATR 72-600 turboprops by March to replace 18 ATR 72-500 currently operated by the Indian airline. “The delivery of the first aircraft will begin this month and will be complete by March,” says a company spokesman. The short-haul aircraft will operate on the airline’s “domestic network” and “provide enhanced connectivity into the Tier II and III cities and towns across India.”
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