Bird Group Expresses Interest In Air India’s Ground Handling Biz

Bird Group has shown interest in acquiring debt-laden Air India’s ground handling business. The company has written a letter to the aviation ministry showing interest in investing in the national carrier, Civil Aviation Secretary RN Chaubey said Wednesday.

Ankur Bhatia-led Bird Group is interested only in the ground-handling arm of Air India, the company’s spokesperson told CNBC-TV18.

Earlier, IndiGo had expressed interest in taking over the carrier’s international operation. Read More…

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