Air India’s Chairman Rohit Nandan says the airline has already completed 45 of the 64 requirements for joining the Star Alliance and will finish the remaining this month, setting the stage for the carrier to be the first Indian airline to be part of a global interlining network. The board of the Star Alliance, a group of 26 global carriers, will meet in London on June 23 to call on a vote of support for the entry of Air India, with a fleet of 123 aircraft, into the group, Star ...
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