Diplomat Alleges Poor Facilities At Air India’s Lounge In JFK
NEW YORK, NY (IANS) – An Indian diplomat on February 27 complained about the poor facilities at Air India’s business class lounge at the John F. Kennedy airport here.
Dr K.J. Srinivasa, India’s High Commissioner of India to Guyana, Antigua & Barbuda, and St.Kitts & Nevis, tweeted, “Pathetic state of affairs at @airindiain business class lounge @JFKairport. empty food containers, bad food, disposable plates/cutlery, unresponsive staff. @TataCompanies can splurge billions on buying new aircraft why not pay some attention to revamping existing lounge @RNTata2000.”
The diplomat also shared photos that showed food trays with cut vegetables, a few dishes, noodles, and other things.
Air India responded to Dr Srinivasa’s complaint saying they are looking into it. “Dr. Srinivasa, we appreciate you taking out time and sharing your feedback. Our aim is to deliver a comfortable and memorable experience whenever you fly with us. We are looking into this and are sure you will give us another opportunity to serve the best in class the next time you travel with us,” said the airline.