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Debt-ridden Air India stops non-vegetarian meals to cut costs

Debt-ridden Air India stops non-vegetarian meals to cut costs

India’s cash-strapped national carrier Air India on Monday announced it will stop serving non-vegetarian food to economy-class passengers on all domestic flights as part of its cost-cutting measures.
Air India officials said non-vegetarian food will continue to be served to passengers in business class and first class.
Cost-cutting has been a priority for the airline, which faces a debt burden of 550 billion rupees (8.5 billion dollars).
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