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New Indian Airline Vistara Begins Service
January 12, 2015
NEW DELHI—Vistara, a new Indian full-service airline that is a joint venture of the Tata Sons, Ltd. and Singapore Airlines (SIA), launched operations on Jan. 9, inaugurating service with an Airbus A320 flight between New Delhi and Mumbai. Vistara is the third full-service carrier in the country...
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