The new Indian full-service airline planned by the Tata group and Singapore Airlines has chosen to launch with Airbus A320 aircraft. Confirming the decision, a Tata spokesperson told ATW the airline plans to start with 20 leased A320s. The yet-to-be-named carrier has applied to the Indian government for a No Objection Certificate (NOC). The plan is to start with flights on domestic routes only. India’s civil aviation rules currently state that an airline has to be at least five years ...

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