The new Indian full-service airline planned by the Tata group and Singapore Airlines (SIA) has received a "no objection" certificate from India’s Ministry of Civil Aviation, bringing the carrier a step closer to launch. The yet-to-be-named airline is a joint venture with Tata Sons holding 51% and Singapore Airlines holding the rest. The partners plan to launch with a fleet of Airbus A320s, leased from the SIA group. Last week, the ministry gave the airline’s board ...

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