Air India Begins Major Widebody Cabin Retrofit Program


In 2007 Air India unveiled the business-class cabin of its then-new Boeing 777-200LR.

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Air India has begun a transformative cabin refurbishment program for its widebody fleet, the latest in a series of significant fleet investment announcements made since the carrier’s privatization. The airline said it has committed more than $400 million to refurbish the cabins on all of its current...

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