New Delhi, Oct. 14: Air-India today asked bidders to send expressions of interest for Centaur Hotel in Delhi and the two flight kitchens owned by its subsidiary, Hotel Corporation of India.
The state-run national carrier, which has already sold its two Centaur hotels in Mumbai, said it would sell the 376-room Centaur Hotel at Delhi airport and two flight kitchens by auction.
The two flight kitchens are Air India's Chefair Delhi Flight kitchen (Centaur Delhi) and Chefair Mumbai Flight Kitchen (Chefair Mumbai). The former is a 8,000 meals a day flight kitchen, while the latter has a capacity of 10,000 meals a day.
The airline has retained JP Morgan India as the global adviser for the sale.