Homecoming: Tata’s Air India after 69 years, Tata Sons chairman met PM Modi before handover.
Tata Will Get Command Of Air India Today: The command of Air India was completely handed over to the Tata Group. That is, after 69 years, Air India returned home. Earlier on Thursday, Air India took its first step by introducing ‘advanced meal service’ in four flights operating from Mumbai. Meanwhile, ahead of the handover, Tata Sons Chairman N Chandrasekaran also met Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Scope The command of Air India was completely handed over to the Tata Group. With this the process of disinvestment of Air India was completed i.e. Air India returned home after 69 years. With this the process of disinvestment of Air India was completed. DIPAM Secretary Tuhin Kant Pandey said the government’s entire stake in Air India has been transferred to Tata Sons’ subsidiary Tales Pvt Ltd. From now on the new owner of Air India is Tata Group.
N Chandrasekaran meets Prime Minister Narendra Modi Ahead of the official handover, Tata Sons Chairman N Chandrasekaran called on Prime Minister Narendra Modi. After meeting Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Chandrasekaran directly reached the Air India office in New Delhi. On this occasion, Tata Sons Chairman N Chandrasekaran said that this process has been completed. We are very happy with the return of Air India. Now our effort is to make this airline world class. Significantly, the government had sold Air India to Tales Pvt Ltd on October 8 for Rs 18,000 crore after a competitive bidding process. Explain that it is a subsidiary of the holding company of the Tata Group.
Special attention will be given to time management Earlier on Thursday, Air India took its first step by introducing ‘advanced meal service’ in four flights operating from Mumbai. Officials clarified that ‘advanced meal service’ was provided in four flights AI864 (Mumbai-Delhi), AI687 (Mumbai-Delhi), AI945 (Mumbai-Abu Dhabi) and AI639 (Mumbai-Bengaluru). A mail was also sent by the Tata group to the cabin crew members regarding the new services. According to a report, only after taking over the command, the Tata group will be the first to clean the latent stain of Air India. The first effort of the Tata group will be that Air India flight can be operated on time.
The next seven days are very important
The mail sent to the cabin crew members said that the next seven days will be very important for us as we will change our image, attitude and perception. The Cabin Crew members are the ‘Important Brand Ambassadors’ playing a vital role in brand/image building, said by Tata’s Sandeep Verma and Megha Singhania. They will welcome the passengers, address the guests and serve them. He said that the crew will be seen wearing smart dress following the rules. In addition, the grooming aides will supervise the crew.
Air India took the first flight in 1932 Tata’s Air India
Talking about the history of Air India, it started in April 1932. It was founded by industrialist JRD Tata. At that time the name of the airline was Tata Airlines. Along with this, let us tell you that the first commercial flight of the airline was done on 15 October 1932. Then there was the only single-engined ‘Heavyland Puss Moth’ airplane, which went to Mumbai via Ahmedabad-Karachi. There was not a single passenger in the plane at that time, but 25 kg letters were kept.