Major reshuffle in Air India top management

Major reshuffle in Air India top management

N Chandrasekaran

New Delhi, April 15

Air India Chairman N Chandrasekaran on Friday effected a major reshuffle in the top management of recently acquired airline, with Nipun Aggarwal appointed as chief commercial officer and Suresh Dutt Tripathi as chief human resources officer.

Aggarwal, who is also senior vice-president at Tata Sons, replaces Air India veteran Meenakshi Malik, while Tripathi, who was vice-president of Human Resources at Tata Steel from 2012 to 2021, succeeds AI’s Amrita Sharan. The order was issued by Chandrasekaran, who is also the chairman of Tata Sons.

Malik and Sharan were on Friday appointed as advisers to the CEO of Air India, according to a company communication. As the Tata Group is yet to appoint the CEO of Air India, Malik and Sharan will currently be advisers to Chandrasekaran, it mentioned.

Satya Ramaswamy, who has worked at TCS before, was appointed chief digital and technology officer. — PTI

New appointments

  • Nipun Aggarwal has been appointed chief commercial officer while Suresh Dutt Tripathi will be chief human resources officer
  • Aggarwal replaces Air India veteran Meenakshi Malik while Tripathi succeeds AI’s Amrita Sharan
  • Malik and Sharan will be advisers to Air India chairman Chandrasekaran

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