As Air India ropes in more corporate clients with the fall of Kingfisher Airlines, artwork is also envisaged as part of marketing strategy.
After a gap of over one and a half years, national carrier Air India will fill its board with three professionals in a couple of months.
By virtue of working in a public sector organisation, their jobs are secure and their higher experience means they command a higher market value.
Lessors are clearing dues owed by the airline to AAI and repossessing leased aircraft, currently grounded in a few airports.
The official sources made it clear that Kingfisher could not resume operations till the DGCA gave the final clearance.
Kingfisher Airlines, grounded since October 1, stands to lose its flying permit if it fails to explain to aviation regulator Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) its abrupt cancellations of flights.
It was for the first time in July that the Rahul Bhatia-owned budget airline had overtaken the Jet group carriers - Jet Airways and Jetlite.
Kingfisher Airlines to lose flying permit if it doesn't respond to showcause notice by October 19: Aviation ministry
The sector watchdog Directorate General of Civil Aviation, did not approve the Vijay Mallya-owned carrier's winter schedule on Wednesday.
The latest decision by the government of aiming to scrap Airport Development Fee at Delhi, Mumbai airports from January '13 may not help in making flying cheap for passengers.
DGCA has rejected giving an approval to the winter schedule of flights for Kingfisher Airlines, a government statement said on Wednesday.
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