Indian media has reported that the LCC joint venture between Singapore Airlines and Tata Sons, recently named Vistara, is set to miss its target of commencing operations in October because more regulatory approvals are deemed necessary by the government. Government sources also told Indian media that the process would require a further two-to-three months. Vistara is due to take delivery of its first aircraft, an A320, later this month. Rashmi Soni, spokeswoman for Vistara, said: “Vistara is working very closely with the regulators to ensure all requisite requirements and processes are being complied with.” Vistara was originally set to commence
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