Vistara Hopes To Have 20 Aircraft By 2018

NEW DELHI—Vistara, India’s newest full-service carrier, is considering growing its fleet size to 20 over the next three years, a senior airline official says. The airline, a joint venture between India’s Tata Sons and Singapore Airlines Ltd, now has five Airbus A320s in its fleet. It plans to add...

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