Air India processes refunds worth over Rs 150 crore after privatisation

Handles 250,000 refund cases in just the first few months since Tatas took over, says eligible request lodged on website will typically be processed within 2-3 days

Air India. Photo: Bloomberg

Air India. Photo: Bloomberg

New Delhi
Air India said on Monday that it has processed passengers refunds of more than Rs 150 crore during the first few months after its privatisation.

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