New Delhi: In a cost-cutting move, Air India has stopped serving non vegetarian meals to economy class passengers of its domestic flights.
However, budget flyers on AI’s international flights will continue getting non-veg food. This move which is expected to save Rs 7-8 crore annually,” sources said.
It also says having only-veg in economy class will avoid mix-ups and that vegetarian meals are more in demand.
The move comes as AI’s debt burden of over Rs 52,000 crore and mounting losses have led the government to decide to sell it off.