$400 million to be spent by Air India to upgrade the cabin decor.

The airline Air India, which is controlled by the Tata Group, announced today that it would spend $400 million to renovate the cabin interiors of all of its wide-body aircraft, including 27 Boeing B787-8 and 13 B777s.

According to a statement from Air India, the interiors of the current cabins will undergo a thorough redesign as part of this renovation, including the inclusion of modern seats and the best in class inflight entertainment for all classes.

The airline said that it has hired JPA Design and Trendworks, two product design firms with offices in London, to help with the cabin interior design components of this refurbishing programme.

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