The full-service airline planned by India’s Tata Group and Singapore Airlines (SIA) will be named Vistara, the companies announced Tuesday. The airline, which is seeking to lease 20 Airbus A320s (including A320neos) by the end of its first five years in operation, is scheduled to begin services in October. India is a fast-developing aviation market that is attracting many carriers such as Emirates and Etihad. Vistara is derived from the ancient Sanskrit word vistaar, which translates ...

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