Air India has successfully completed the title transfer process for its fourth A350 aircraft, with its anticipated arrival scheduled for February 2024.
The Tata Group-owned airline is eagerly awaiting the arrival of its first A350-900 aircraft in India later this month. To showcase its latest additions, Air India plans to feature two of its new planes at the prestigious Hyderabad WINGS festival scheduled for January.
The WINGS India Aviation show, a bi-annual event organized by the Ministry of Civil Aviation (MoCA) in collaboration with FICCI, is a significant platform for the aviation industry and will be held in Hyderabad.
Among the highlighted aircraft, one is the Airbus A350, marking the debut of this wide-body aircraft in India. The second showcased plane will be the renowned Boeing 737 MAX, presenting Air India’s new branding.
Wilson reports that Air India has also received two more narrow-body A320neos, which are scheduled to go into service in December. The airline wants to show that the new management is actively working to improve product quality for customers, despite criticism of its outdated in-flight amenities. Air India is growing its international network, indicating its commitment to future growth.