Air India plans to rationalise some routes operated by the airline and its subsidiaries, including in the Gulf region, as part of cost saving efforts, according to the airline's chief Rajiv Bansal.
The disinvestment-bound national carrier is discussing the possible routes that can be rationalised starting from the winter schedule next month.
Two of the airline's subsidiaries -- low-cost arm Air India Express and Alliance Air -- have significant operations.
Air India Express mainly caters to the Gulf region while Alliance Air operates smaller aircraft for regional flights.
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