New Delhi: The Board of Control for Cricket in India has joined hands with Air India. The deal is tied for Test matches up to South Africa series. The agreement with BCCI was earlier with the airline Jet Airways. But the company has shut down due to bankruptcy. It is believed that if a deal between the two is good and the board is happy with the services of Air India, then a series agreement can be converted into an annual agreement. A source close to the management of Air India has confirmed this and said that so far the agreement has been for only the South Africa series.
The source said that we joined hands with the BCCI. A BCCI official said the jet is over the market and hence the board wants to work with Air India. The BCCI says that if things go well with Air India, then a series agreement could be converted into an annual agreement. The agreement with Jet was within India, but at the beginning of this domestic season we will now have to look at the options and hence we took this decision. Before going with Jet Airways in 2016, BCCI had an agreement with Air India. Please tell that due to the closure of Jet Airways, the team had to face many difficulties in going to England.
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