Ailing Air India Gets A New Head

NEW DELHI— Struggling state-owned carrier Air India has appointed Ashwani Lohani as chairman and managing director. He replaces Rohit Nandan, whose three-year term was extended in 2014 by one year. Lohani is expected to take his new role in September.

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