Tuesday, February 27, 2007

Paramount to enter western Indian skies

Private carrier Paramount Airways, which has a strong presence in south India, would enter the western Indian skies by the end of 2007 and add 15 more aircraft to its kitty in next three years.
Talking to reporters in Madurai after the launch of Paramount's fourth flight in the Chennai-Madurai sector last evening, company's Managing Director M Thiagarajan said that the airline would try to provide maximum number of services across the cities in the western region.
However, he did not divulge the names of the cities the airline would serve in the region.
"By early 2010, we will have a national presence," he added.
Paramount will induct 15 more Brazilian made 70-seater Embraer 170/175 and 110-seater Embraer 195 aircraft in phases within the next 36 months, he said.
27/02/07 Press Trust of India/Hindustan Times

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