After almost four years, Star Alliance decides not to accept Air India as a member
Foreign airlines may soon find it even harder to gain more access to India's fast-growing aviation market following Star Alliance's decision not to accept Air India as a future member. The decision is also likely to focus attention of Star and Skyteam executives on signing up yet-unaligned Jet Airways. “The member airlines of the Star Alliance network and Air India have jointly concluded that the integration of Air India into the global airline alliance will be suspended,” a statement ...
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