Air India unveils new global brand identity and aircraft livery
Air India said it is gearing up to play a key role in boosting the freight and cargo ecosystem in India and globally.
Air India’s firm orders include 34 A350-1000, six A350-900, 20 Boeing 787 Dreamliners and 10 Boeing 777X widebody aircraft, as well as 140 Airbus A320neo, 70 Airbus A321neo and 190 Boeing 737MAX narrowbody aircraft.
The offering of long-haul flights in Vienna continues to increase. Since Saturday evening, 18 February 2023, Air India is back at Vienna Airport once again, offering direct flights linking Delhi and Vienna.
London Gatwick, part of VINCI Airports’ network, is set to welcome its latest new airline this summer, with Air India announcing four new routes to Goa, Ahmedabad, Amritsar and Kochi (Cochin), starting from 26 March.
Singapore Airlines (SIA) and Tata Sons (Tata) have agreed to merge Air India and Vistara, with SIA also investing INR 20,585 million (S$360 million, US$250 million) in Air India as part of the transaction
The next airline comeback will take place at Vienna Airport. Starting on February 18th 2023, Air India will resume direct flight connections between Vienna and Delhi.
Air India today unveiled its comprehensive transformation plan, to establish itself, once again, as a world-class global airline with an Indian heart - the absolute best in class in customer service, in technology, in product, in reliability and in hospitality.
Captain Zoya Agarwal was the first Indian female pilot to fly an aircraft above the North Pole, covering approximately 16,000 kilometers.