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Rashi Bisaria | April 15, 2021

Air India looking to hire CEOs for its subsidiaries

National carrier Air India has sought applications for the post of chief executive officer (CEO) for its subsidiaries Air India Engineering Services Ltd (AIESL), Air India Airport Services Ltd (AIASL) and Alliance Air Aviation Ltd (AAAL). The selected candidates will be hired for a contract period of three years, extendable by two years based on performance.

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