“The golden age of Air India lies ahead. Our journey towards it starts now. Welcome and welcome back.” With those words Tata Sons Chairman S Chandrasekharan formally initiated the airline back into the Tata stable from where it was taken nearly 70 years ago. He said the company was committed to making Air India a world class airline. Air India Express will also be handed over and 50 per cent of Air India Sats, the ground handling arm. But properties in Delhi and Mumbai will remain with the government.
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