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Air India's premium avatar by mid-2024; Maharaja stays: CEO Wilson

Airline to speed up $400-mn cabin refurbishment, says CEO

Campbell Wilson, CEO, Air India
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Campbell Wilson, CEO, Air India

Aneesh Phadnis Mumbai
Air India aims to accelerate its $400-million cabin refurbishment plan and hopes to offer improved customer experience on its Europe and the US flights from the second half of 2024, Chief Executive Officer Campbell Wilson said on Monday.

Wilson is overseeing the transformation of the airline that witnessed the restoration of grounded aircraft, ramp-up in hiring, and launch of new routes last year.

Six Airbus A350 planes, which are part of the 470 aircraft order at a list price of $70 billion, would join the fleet this year, Wilson said. The mega aircraft order will be funded through a mix

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First Published: Feb 27 2023 | 8:56 PM IST

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