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Air India has entered an interline partnership with full-service carrier, Vistara (a joint venture of Tata and Singapore Airlines). The partnership enables Air India’s guests to travel seamlessly on Vistara’s route network to and from over 80 points across Air India’s extensive domestic and global network. The scope of the agreement between the two airlines […]Continue Reading
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Having devoted the first year since its acquisition in making investments on sprucing Air India’s fleet, Tata group is all set to consolidate its operations under just two brands – Air India and Air India Express – distinguishing its full service and low-cost flights. In the process, it has decided to abandon the Vistara brand. […]Continue Reading
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Air India has announced the latest step in its progress optimisation of network following the full subsidiarisation of Air Asia India in November 2022. In this current phase, three stations – Bhubaneswar (BBI), Bagdogra (IXB) and Surat (STV) – will now be served by Air Asia India, rather than Air India. Delhi- Visakhapatnam and Mumbai-Lucknow […]Continue Reading
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Air India will on Friday seal half of an order worth billions of dollars for some 495 jets with Boeing and engine suppliers General Electric and CFM International, two industry sources said, as its new owner seeks to revive the airline and compete with much larger rivals, reports Reuters. After months of closely-guarded, tough negotiations, […]Continue Reading
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Air India will be introducing premium economy class in some of its long haul international flights next month, its chief Campbell Wilson said as the Tata group-owned airline works on ways to expand its market share as well as the global network. Addressing an event organised by JRD Tata Memorial Trust in Mumbai, Wilson also […]Continue Reading
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Air India has leased 30 new aircraft to boost domestic and international operations over the next 15 months, which includes adding new US flights from Mumbai and Bengaluru, reports David Casey for Routes. The Tata Group-owned carrier has signed leases and letters of intent for 21 Airbus A320neos, four A321neos and five Boeing 777-200LRs. The […]Continue Reading
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