The decision has been taken as a mark of honour and respect to these personnel, on the occasion of the country's 71st Independence Day.
The boarding priority on Air India's aircraft for the serving armed forces personnel commenced on Tuesday, a senior official of the airlines said.
"The decision to accord priority in boarding to the personnel from the Army, Air Force and Navy has been taken as Air India, being the flag carrier, wants to recognise, respect and honour all of them," the official said.
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