Air India’s Fresh Look Unveiled with New Logo and Plane Design, which is owned by the Tata Group, has been revealed. According to the airline, travellers will be able to glimpse its A350 aircraft this winter. The following was posted on social media by Air India: “Our A350 in royal Rajasthani attire, first look at our A350 in this winter season.” This rebranding took place after Tata Sons fully acquired Air India in January 2022. The first look at the Air India A350 fleet this winter will heighten anticipation and excitement. The Airbus A350 is a great addition to Air India’s fleet because of its cutting-edge technologies and contemporary styling.
New logo: Air India’s Fresh Look Unveiled with New Logo and Plane Design
The new logo for Air India combines contemporary design elements with the colours gold, crimson, and purple. With red and orange swan symbols inside a golden window frame, it replaces the previous logo. According to a company announcement made in August, the new logo represents Vista, Air India’s vision for the future, which was inspired by the golden window frame and stands for unbounded potential, advancement, and assurance.
Colours, patterns, and shapes, and how they combine and what they represent, matter, but our actions speak much louder, according to Campbell Wilson, CEO and MD of Air India. To reinvent the role of India’s foremost airline, we are currently undergoing a complete change.
Launch of a Massive Warehouse Facility by Air India in Delhi
A massive warehouse facility for the storage of more than a million engineering parts for aircraft maintenance has been opened by Air India in Delhi, the airline reported. The facility, which is close to Terminal 3 in the cargo complex at Delhi Airport, will reportedly shorten turnaround times for flights leaving from Delhi, according to the business.
According to reports, this facility offers one-stop storage options for anything from hardware to highly complicated avionics, hydraulics, structural, aero, and mechanical aircraft parts.
Six Air India A350-900 planes are ordered:
Five of the six A350-900 aircraft that the airline has ordered are expected to arrive by March 2024. In addition to this, Air India has confirmed orders for 190 Boeing 737 MAXs, 140 A320 Neos, 70 A321 Neos, 20, 787 Dreamliners, and 34 A350-1000s. Air India finalised its orders for these aircraft with Airbus and Boeing in June of this year. Air India now has 116 aircraft in its fleet, 49 of which are wide-body models. These wide-body models include 27 B787-8s, 14 B777-300s, 8 B777-200LRs, 14 A319s, 36 A320 Neos, 13 A321 CEOs, and 4 A321 Neos.
Efforts at Restructuring by the Tata Group:
The airline division of Tata Group is currently being restructured. Air India Express and Air India are expected to unite as part of this strategic plan, and Vistara will be incorporated into Air India. Tata owns a 49% share in Vistara, a joint venture between Singapore Airlines and Tata.
Changes to Air India Express’ uniforms:
Could Air India Express be affected if Air India’s uniforms change? Uniform revamp was anticipated as part of the vast transformation plans for Tata Group’s airline fleet. Manish Malhotra, a fashion designer, will shortly create new uniforms for Air India’s flying, ground, and security workers. The last time the attire of Air India’s staff was altered was
Seating Priority for Mothers and Women:
According to rumours, Air India has implemented special seating options for women travelling alone and moms taking children. At least 10% of passengers on each flight are lone travellers. According to availability, solitary travellers will have priority seating alternatives, such as aisle or window seats. Children travelling alone will also be afforded the convenience of sitting in between thanks to this provision.The action is viewed as a step towards airline practises that consider gender when allocating seats.
The plan is to provide them the aisle or window seats on preference. The offer will also be given to children travelling solo, who will be provided centre seating.
Air India flight offers:
Air India has extended its offer on air fares for US-India flights until October 9, 2023, from October 5, 2023, earlier.
The offer is valid on flights between October 6, 2023 and December 15, 2023. The starting fare for economy and premium economy flights is as follows:
• Economy fare starting at Rs 42,999
• Premium economy fares starting at Rs 79,999
Air India offers flights from New Delhi, Mumbai and Bengaluru to five airports in the US on a daily basis. To be sure, Air India premium economy is only available on the following flights:
• Bengaluru-San Francisco
• Mumbai-San Francisco
• Mumbai-New York