Mar 25, 2013

Air India chairman Rohit Nandan reflects on his 18 months - from strikes to tailwinds

When a former Air India chairman had to be sacked by Indian government and he had to exit Air India Delhi  office from the back door (which had been surrounded with slush as it had not been opened up for years) to avoid employees ire and a savage media it said a lot about the anger he had created among employees with his Hitler tactics.  

From everyday strikes and humiliation of its employees during 2010-2011, Air India has come out of deep fiscal and personal depression as these pictures show. 

Now the warmth in Air India's corridors is back and even though there are miles to go,the current chairman Rohit Nandan and the iron hand of aviation minister Ajit Singh deserves accolades for stabilizing the airline.

ps: none of my office colleagues ask me before booking air india tickets if the airlines 14 labour unions will go on strike again thanks to singh. 



Interview of Air India chairman :

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