Move comes after China had raised concerns about Taiwan being described as a separate region by airlines
Air India has change the name of Taiwan after being directed by the Indian government.
The move comes after several other airlines including Delta Airlines, Qantas, Singapore Airlines, Japan Airlines and Air Canada also changed the name to avoid any tussle.
While Air India did not comment on the matter Wednesday, sources said that China had not raised the issue with the Ministry of External Affairs.
China had raised concerns about Taiwan being described as a separate region by various airlines worldwide.
On April 25, just two days before Narendra Modi met Chinese President Xi Jinping in Wuhan as part of reset of bilateral ties, the Civil Aviation Authority of China issued orders to Air India along with other international airlines flying into China to refer to Taiwan only as Chinese Taipei.