Why did Air India went into loss?

Why did Air India went into loss?

Air India “suffered for its inconsistent service standards, low aircraft utilisation, dismal on-time performance, antiquated productivity norms, lack of revenue generation skills and unsatisfactory public perception”, according to Jitender Bhargava, a former executive director of the airline.

Does Air India have 777?

NEW DELHI : Air India, which had to cancel several flights to the US following safety risks to Boeing B777’s radio altimeters following 5G rollout there, has been cleared to operate the aircraft to the country, the airline said in a statement on Thursday.

Who merged Air India in 2004?

Indian Airlines
May 2004: Air India launches low-cost subsidiary Air India Express. 2006: Air India places order for 68 wide-bodied Boeing aircraft. 2007: Manmohan Singh government merges Air India with Indian Airlines. 2012: Government approves the turnaround plan and the financial restructuring plan for Air India.

Who is the minister who destroy Air India?

He Has Worked As A Minister For Nar.

Does Air India still fly 747?

Air India has operated Boeing 747s for over 51 years – from April 1971 to April 2022. Of the four 747s, three were operational, he added. Chakraverty said that the last time he saw the 747s flying was during the three waves of the Covid-19 pandemic. At present, Lufthansa and Korean Air operate Boeing 747s.

Who bought 111 planes in India?

Air India-Indian Airlines merger, purchase of 111 aircraft collective decision of UPA government: Praful Patel – The Economic Times.

What did Praful Patel do to Air India?

Patel was allegedly involved in a fleet acquisition scam wherein the ministry decided to buy 68 planes for more than Rs 50,000 crore without any revenue plan or even a route map to deploy so many additional aircraft. The NDA government had earlier proposed to add 28 aircraft to Air India’s fleet.