The new aircraft features the Star Alliance livery, becoming the first Dreamliner in the world to do so. Air India carrier joined the alliance last year.
“Taking delivery of our 20th 787 Dreamliner marks an important day for Air India,” said Rohit Nandan, chairman & managing director of Air India.
“With this airplane we are building on the success of our other 787s, which are providing an exceptional experience to our passengers while allowing us to expand our network both within India and around the world.”
“Today Air India joins an elite group of airlines who have taken delivery of 20 or more 787s,” said Dinesh Keskar, Boeing’s senior vice president of sales for Asia Pacific & India.