Air India is set to join the Star Alliance in July following three years of delays. The Indian flag carrier was originally accepted as a future member of Star in 2007, but the airline was going through a merger process and financial issues. Its entry was suspended in 2011 and revived last year after a government-backed turnaround program began showing results. According to Star Alliance CEO Mark Schwab, these issues have now all been addressed. “We conducted a safety review of Air ...

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