Aviation

Air India on right flight path: Dholakia

MUMBAI

The struggling Air India has significantly improved its financial position under the turnaround plan but the national carrier needs to be aggressive to get better results, an AI official said today.

Sounding optimistic about achieving a turnaround by the 2021 deadline, AI Board member R Dholakia, however, said the carrier also needs to improve on-time performance, besides striking a fine balance between social and commercial aims, reports Economic Times.

“AI’s performances on certain parameters have improved significantly. It appears that roughly 2021 is the time when the turnaround will be achieved. But the airline needs to be aggressive, and not defensive, in its approach,” he said.

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