India’s Vistara Receives Tentative Approval For U.S. Service

Vistara 787-9
Credit: Boeing
The U.S. Transportation Department (DOT) has granted Vistara tentative approval to begin scheduled operations between India and the U.S. A DOT filing said it was in the public interest to grant the Gurugram-based airline a foreign air carrier permit, adding the company is “fit, willing and able” to...

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