Indian full-service startup Vistara has appointed two new non-aviation directors to its board, and tapped its joint venture (JV) parents—Tata Group and Singapore Airlines (SIA)—for an extra INR200 crore ($29 million) in cash. The new directors include experienced Indian corporate hands Som Mittal and Sangeeta Pendurkar; they have played senior roles in the Indian automotive and F&B sectors, respectively. Speaking on the latest cash injection, a Vistara spokesperson said the ...

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