CEO of Air India, receives security clearance from the home ministry


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According to a senior official, the home ministry has granted Campbell Wilson, the CEO-designate of Air India, security clearance, enabling him to assume control of the airline. On May 12, Tata Sons announced Wilson’s selection as Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director of Air India.

On January 27, Tata Sons acquired the losing carrier. Tuesday’s senior official reported that Wilson has received the security clearance from the home ministry.

A question about it was forwarded to an Air India official, but there was no immediate answer.

The clearance of the home ministry is required by civil aviation regulations for the recruitment of important people at airlines, including foreign nationals.

Several weeks after assuming control of the airline, Tata Sons appointed Turkish Airlines’ former Chairman Lyker Ayci as Air India’s MD on February 14.

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