NEW DELHI: Air India is shifting its operations at the London’s Heathrow Airport to a new terminal from this month.
The flag carrier of India announced that it will shift operations from Terminal 2 to Terminal 4 from January 25, 2017.
“All Air India flights will arrive into and depart from Heathrow Terminal 2 from this date. Our check-in desks will be located in Zone D,” the airline said.
Last month, Civil Aviation Minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju criticized the Indian carrier for lack of commitment.
While acknowledging that Air India, which turned operationally profitable last fiscal, has “done better”, the minister emphasised on the need to ensure more cohesiveness at the national carrier.
Raju, who has been generally supportive of Air India which has often drawn flak from various quarters, is of the view that the carrier has definitely done better but there is always scope for improvement.