Air India wants the ministry of civil aviation to facilitate compensation from Star Alliance and German airline Lufthansa – its mentor in the application process – for breaking their understanding over the national carrier’s entry into Star Alliance. Air India’s membership to the alliance was put on hold indefinitely last week. Air India told the ministry that Lufthansa said Jet Airways’ integration with the alliance begin immediately after Air India’s entry, a proposal that Air India objected to because Jet has not been granted government permission to join the alliance. Lufthansa ha stated that it shares Star Alliance’s long-standing position

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