Air India uses a Taxibot on an A320 aircraft, becomes the first airline to do so
The national airline carrier, Air India used a Taxibot on an A320 aircraft with passengers on-board on Tuesday. The airlines then became the first Airbus aircraft in the world to use a Taxibot. Taxibot is a robot-used aircraft tractor for taxiing an aircraft from parking bay to runway and vice versa. The Chairman and Managing Director of the airlines, Ashwani Lohani flagged off the flight AI665 on Tuesday.