The government is also working on ways to improve the performance of Air India.
In a written reply, the Minister of State for Civil Aviation said the government "has no such plan to exit Air India altogether".
"In view of volatile crude prices and adverse fluctuations in exchange rates, the present environment is not conducive to stimulate interest amongst investors for strategic disinvestment of Air India in the immediate near future.
"The issue would be revisited once global economic indicators, including oil prices and forex conditions stabilise," he said.
As per its audited accounts, the airline's total cumulative losses stood at Rs 471.4562 billion in financial year 2016-17.
According to Sinha, Air India has been making losses since merger with Indian Airlines in 2007.
High-interest burden, increase in competition, high airport user charges, adverse impact of exchange rate variation and liberalised bilaterals to foreign carriers leading to excess capacity in the market are among the major reasons for the losses, he said.