With the short trip to Delhi almost over, I head to Mumbai this afternoon, from where I will depart for Bangkok early tomorrow morning and then onward to Incheon tomorrow night.
And as I wait to board, it is time for some Plane Spotting at Delhi's amazing Terminal 3...
The bright sunny day makes Air-India's livery look even more amazing!
I wish the window was a bit cleaner, but despite that Vistara's livery looks regal!
An exciting catch - Air Asia India's special livery - The Pioneer that features the doyen of Indian aviation, JRD Tata!
The aircraft bears the registration VT-JRT (Jehangir Ratanji (Dadabhoy) Tata) and features a portrait of JRD Tata with the Puss Moth, the aircraft he flew on October 15, 1932, which resulted in the birth of Tata Airlines which went on to become Air India...
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