On January 27, 2022, the Tata group took over management of Air India from the government. Air India stated that it is “finalising a historic order of new aircraft to power future expansion” on its list of significant projects.
The accomplishments of Air India during the previous year, according to CEO Campbell Wilson, have been “nothing short of amazing,” but much more needs to be done before Tata Group completes its one year of ownership on Friday, January 27, 2023.
In its list of significant accomplishments during the last year, Air India stated that it is “finalising a historic order of new aircraft to propel future expansion.”
CEO Campbell noted that even as the company worked on the upgrades, it also launched new infotech centres and aviation academies as well as integrating Air India Express and Air Asia and Vistara with Air India.
Not to mention our frequently discussed short- and medium-term fleet expansion,” the CEO and MD of Air India said in a statement to staff members.
The Tata group took over management of Air India from the government on January 27, 2017.
“Together, the progress made over the past 12 months has been nothing short of amazing, despite the fact that most of our work has been done in the background to build the infrastructure and capacity needed for our aspirations to come true.
Obviously, there is still a lot to be done, and both internally and internationally, everyone is eager for us to do it “Finally, Campbell said.