No tie-up with airlines for govt staff after Air India-Tata deal

The government is not mandating travel by any particular airline, going forward, after handing over Air India because there won't be any state-owned airline, said DIPAM secretary

DIPAM Secretary Tuhin Kanta Pandey

DIPAM Secretary Tuhin Kanta Pandey

New Delhi
Post handing over of Air India to the Tatas, government officials will be free to book their travel with any airline that offers them the best price.

And, the Centre will

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First Published: Nov 2 2021 | 0:49 AM IST

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