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Tatas-owned Air India introduces new menu in domestic flights

In the new in-flight menu, Tatas have introduced gourmet meals, trendy appetisers and decadent desserts that showcases India's locally sourced culinary influence.

File: Ever since Tata Sons took over the Air India this year, it has been making efforts to revamp services, expand its fleet and increase its overall market share in the fast-growing domestic aviation space. Photo: BloombergPremium
File: Ever since Tata Sons took over the Air India this year, it has been making efforts to revamp services, expand its fleet and increase its overall market share in the fast-growing domestic aviation space. Photo: Bloomberg

Tatas-owned Air India has introduced a new in-flight menu on domestic routes amid the onset of the festive season from 1 October.

Ever since Tata Sons took over the Air India this year, it has been making efforts to revamp services, expand its fleet and increase its overall market share in the fast-growing domestic aviation space.

In the new in-flight menu, Tatas have introduced gourmet meals, trendy appetisers and decadent desserts that showcases India's locally sourced culinary influence, it said in a release.

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"The new menu choices have been curated to ensure that the flyers enjoy a gourmet meal with emphasis on health and well-being... We are excited to roll out this new menu on domestic routes, and are hard at work preparing a revamp of the international menu as well," Sandeep Verma, Head of Inflight Services at Air India, said.

In August, Air India unveiled 'Vihaan.AI', a comprehensive transformation plan with a detailed road map for the next five years under which the airline aims to have a domestic market share of 30 per cent and significantly strengthen its international operations.

Meanwhile, Vistara -- a joint venture between Tatas and Singapore Airlines -- has started offering live television channels on its Dreamliner aircraft from October 1.

With PTI inputs.

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Published: 03 Oct 2022, 03:15 PM IST
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