NEW DELHI - Hopes for a resurgence of Air India and its iconic Maharaja mascot are soaring among its diehard supporters.
Those who once flew on the airline during its glory days are reminiscing as social media has been inundated with old advertisements and anecdotes of trips of yesteryear, when Air India at its height gave away ashtrays designed by Spanish artist Salvador Dali to passengers.
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