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Wednesday, February 16, 2022

New AirIndia CEO is Ilker Ayci: Read more about the person

 

Ilker Ayci, ex-chief of Turkish Air & former Erdogan aide, new AI CEO

NEW DELHI: Former Turkish Airlines administrator Ilker Ayci will be the CEO and MD of Air India. The AI board met Monday evening, with Tata Sons administrator N Chandrasekaran as a unique invitee, to think about his candidature. Ayci will assume control over the gig that includes the most difficult aircraft turnarounds in contemporary times, by April 1, 2022.

N Chandrasekaran said: "Ilker is an aeronautics industry pioneer who drove Turkish Airlines to its present accomplishment during his residency there. We are more than happy to invite Ilker to the Tata Group where he would lead AI into the new time. "

Around twenty years prior, Ayci was consultant to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan when the last option was city chairman of Istanbul. Erdogan was an observer at Ayci's wedding in November 2018. The Tata Group before the end of last month took over AI, AI Express and AISATS.

'Will utilize AI's solid legacy'

Prior to declaring Ilker Ayci's arrangement as new CEO and MD of Air India, the change affected by the Tatas in these organizations has been in AISATS where another supervisory group has been reported. Goodbye Sons senior VP Nipun Aggarwal is among those on the leading body of AISATS.

Ilker Ayci said: "I'm glad and regarded to acknowledge the honor of driving a famous carrier and to join the Tata Group. Working intimately with my partners at Air India and the initiative of the Tata Group, we will use the solid legacy of Air India to make it probably the best carrier on the planet with a remarkably predominant flying experience that reflects Indian warmth and friendliness."

Goodbyes have four aircrafts in their gathering now - two full assistance AI and Vistara and as some minimal expense AirAsia India and AI Express. They are yet to explain the union in their carrier space with Vistara, where Singapore Airlines is a 49% partner, going to stay a different aircraft for the time being. Bunch organizations like TajSats have effectively begun dealing with the guaranteed AI circle back by offering improved items to the carrier.

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