Newly Appointed TATA Air India CEO Campbell Wilson visits AirWorks facilities in Kochi, India.
Campbell Wilson has been the new CEO of TATA Air India Group since 16th June 2022.
Air Works Group which is India’s Oldest and largest MRO has the privilege to host the Air India CEO at its State of Art Kochi MRO facilities.
Air India CEO visits Air Works Facilities
India’s largest MRO, Air Works group on Tuesday shared the pics of Air India CEO Campbell Wilson’s visits to its Facilities on its Social media handle.
The Air Works group wrote,
“Air Works Group – India’s biggest, independent MRO, had the opportunity to welcome & host Mr. Campbell Wilson, Air India’s newly appointed MD and CEO, together with his team, at the state-of-the-art MRO facility of India’s #mostlovedMRO at Kochi.”Air India CEO visits at AirWorks facilities post
They further added,
“Mr. D Anand Bhaskar, MD & CEO, together with Mr. Mangesh Karyakarte, Chief Sales Officer, and Mr. Rajesh PR, Head, Base Maintenance, #Kochi were delighted to host the delegation and share highlights of the Group’s history and vision for Indian MRO, its Engineering & Maintenance capabilities, achievements, coupled with a detailed facility tour.”Air India CEO visits at AirWorks facilities post
They were Delighted to Host Air India’s New CEO for the first time at its MRO facilities.
What can we make out of this Visit?
Air India Group fleet is maintained by its former Maintenance arm AIESL, But there are possibilities that to Improve maintenance standards and on-time performance they can give the contract to Airworks Group.
AIESL is now a state-owned MRO and is Independent of the Air India group.
Despite AIESL having all the necessary capabilities to Maintain the Air India fleet, it’s clear that their standards and maintain quality are not very much evolved.
To get further information about this visit, we have reached out to the Airworks group for a statement.
Air India Group Report
After the takeover of Air India by TATA Group 6 months, they are performing well. Load Factor and fleet upgrading are taking place, also they have improved its on-time performance.
Recently Air India Group posted their revenue for Jan-July 2022 which has shown a 64% rise & losses narrowed to 9,556cr.
According to Planespotters.net, Air India has a fleet of 111 aircraft with 9.7 Yrs of avg age.
They are looking to expand its fleet with new 300 narrow body and widebody planes orders.
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