Vistara has reported its first quarterly profit in its eight-year as the airline is seen emerging from the pandemic woes and ready to merge with its parent Air India. The airline announced that it has had a profitable third quarter, from October-December 2022 and has already crossed $1 billion in revenue this financial year. Vinod Kannan, Vistara’s Chief Executive Officer, said: “With significant network and fleet expansion and sustained growth over the last few months, 2022 has been a phenomenal year for Vistara in terms of our operational and financial performance. Each member of the Vistara family is incredibly proud
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