July 9, 2017 / 3:35 AM / 5 months ago

Factbox: Air India subsidiaries

(Reuters) - India’s government is considering selling state-owned Air India in parts to make it attractive to potential buyers, as it reviews options to divest the loss-making flagship carrier, several government officials familiar with the situation said.

The Air India logo is seen on the facade of its office building in Mumbai, India, July 7, 2017. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui

Following are six Air India businesses which could also figure in the sell-off process.

Loss-making:

- Hotel Corporation of India (HCI) - owns two 5-star Centaur hotels in Delhi and Srinagar.

- Alliance Air - operates flights to 37 destinations in India.

- Air India Engineering Services - runs aircraft maintenance facilities at six airports for Air India and private airline companies.

Profitable:

- Air India Air Transport Services

- Air India SATS - a joint venture providing ground and cargo handling services. Estimated value $185 million.

- Air India Express - a low-cost carrier. Estimated value around $1.16 billion. Also includes Air India Charters, a charter business.

Compiled by Rupam Jain; Editing by Ian Geoghegan

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