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In 1st Step Since Tata Takeover, Air India To Offer This Service

Preparations are on to hand over the command of the airline company Air India completely to the Tata Group. Meanwhile, Tata Group has started its first step in Air India for the convenience of passengers.

Tata Group will take its first foray into Air India by introducing “advanced meal service” on four flights operating from Mumbai on Thursday, officials said on Wednesday. However, officials said that from Thursday, Air India flights will not fly under the Tata group banner.

Earlier on Wednesday, officials told news agency PTI that the central government may hand over the airline Air India to the Tata group on Thursday. After taking the airline from the group about 69 years ago, it is now being handed over to the Tata group again.

Officials have clarified that “advanced meal service” will be provided in four flights – AI864 (Mumbai-Delhi), AI687 (Mumbai-Delhi), AI945 (Mumbai-Abu Dhabi) and AI639 (Mumbai-Bengaluru) from Thursday. However, the entire process of acquisition will be completed after Thursday.

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The government sold Air India to Talace Pvt Ltd on October 8 for Rs 18,000 crore after a competitive bidding process. It is a subsidiary of the holding company of the Tata Group.

Officials said that from which day all Air India flights will fly “under the banner of the Tata group or under its aegis”, it will be informed to the employees later.

He said that under the “advanced meal service”, food will be served on the Mumbai-Newark flight and five Mumbai-Delhi flights from Friday.

Officials said the ‘advanced meal service’ prepared by Tata Group executives will be rolled out in more flights in a phased manner.

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