The proposed joint venture airline of India’s industrial conglomerate Tata Sons and Asia’s powerhouse Singapore Airlines plans to lease 20 Airbus aircraft to commence commercial flight operations in India. The start-up carrier Tata-SIA Airlines has “placed orders for leasing 20 Airbus 320s” from BOC Aviation Private Limited, a Singapore-based firm that has already leased several aircraft to two Indian airlines—Jet Airways and SpiceJet, Claire Leow, Head of ...
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