After a nine month wait, the Tata-Singapore Airlines joint venture airline Vistara has been granted flying permit by aviation regulator DGCA. The airline will release its flight schedule and open booking shortly, it said. “I am delighted that we have successfully cleared the final requirement and secured the AOP (Air Operator’s Permit). We are thankful to the Ministry of Civil Aviation for their support and guidance during the entire process,” Vistara chief executive Phee Teik Yeoh said. Vistara chairman Prasad Menon said: “Receiving the AOP is a key milestone for Vistara… We are all looking forward to the first flight
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