Without Air India to help it, Star Alliance loses ground to Middle Eastern carriers in India
Star Alliance members have been left awaiting the prize of Air India‚Äôs entry into their membership and the promise of increased access to the subcontinent that comes with it. The carrier, sponsored by Lufthansa for membership in December 2007, says an ongoing struggle with information technology (IT)-related matters has prompted it to push back its entry into the global airline alliance to summer 2011 instead of the first quarter, as planned. Star‚Äôs members want to contain a flood of ...
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