Alliance Air floats tender for refurbishment of its entire fleet of 18 ATR-72 aircraft – World Affairs SRS

Alliance Air floats tender for refurbishment of its entire fleet of 18 ATR-72 aircraft

– World Affairs SRS

Air India’s subsidiary Alliance Air has floated a tender for the refurbishment of its entire fleet of 18 ATR-72 aircraft.

Air India, after its successful sale to the Tata group in October last year, is expected to be handed over to the group in the first half of this year. However, Alliance Air would remain with the center as it was not ready for sale.

According to the Alliance Air tender, which is accessed by PTI, the winning bidder will get cargo net, seat cushion repair, seat cover back and bottom, arm handles, floor board, seat belt with buckles, tray table and its latches.

The tender said that many other elements like engine cover, propeller strap, arm cap rest, interior cabin fabric, pitot cover and small and big curtains will have to be refurbished by the seller.

Alliance Air operates a fleet of 18 ATR-72 aircraft to approximately 50 cities in India. Each of these aircraft has approximately 70-72 seats.

“Full aircraft carpet replacement will be required once a year on each aircraft,” the tender noted.

The tender issued last week said that the central carpet replacement would be done every three months or on conditional requirement on each aircraft.

It said, “The service provider is required to carry out carpet cutting as per approved drawing, edge binding (beading) laying and fixing of carpet in aircraft, as required by the Engineering Department.”

Interested bidders have to submit their technical bid first. Once approved, they can submit the final financial bids.

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