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Archana Airways
अर्चना एयरवैस
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IATA
N/A
ICAO
ACY
Callsign
ARCHANA
Founded 1993
Fleet size 2
Destinations 5
Headquarters
Key people Uday Kiran (CEO)

Archana Airways (Hindi: अर्चना एयरवैस) is a defunct airline based in India. It operated domestic scheduled services.

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Code data

  • ICAO Code: ACY
  • Callsign: Archana

Archana Airways CEO Uday Kiran Nag started in 1993 as private airlines in India.

Incidents and Accidents

  • On the morning of 18 May, 1996, an Archana Airways aircraft operating on the Delhi - Kanpur sector touched down late and could not be stopped within the available runway length, ending up beyond the runway. The aircraft hit the boundary wall of the airport and came to a halt. The aircraft sustained major damages, but there was no fire and no injury to persons on board the aircraft.
  • An Archana Airways flight crashed after taking off from Shimla while operating on the Delhi-Shimla-Bhunter-Delhi sector on the morning of 11 July, 1996, killing all 9 persons aboard (including three flight crew members).[1]

Fleet

Archana Airways operated the Bombardier Dash 8 aircraft. It formerly operated Let L-410 aircraft.

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