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Tata Sons to offer stakes in Vistara to Singapore Airlines: Report

After the merger of Vistara and Air India, AI will become India's largest airline behind IndiGo

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BS Web Team New Delhi
Tata Sons is eyeing to offer a stake in Air India to Singapore Airlines (SIA) as a part of the adjustment to merge Vistara with Air India. SIA owns a 49 per cent stake in Vistara's parent company Tata SIA Airlines, a report by Economic Times (ET) added. 

With the merger of Vistara and Air India, Tata Sons is aiming to keep only one airline brand under its ambit. The group currently owns a 51 per cent stake in Vistara. 

After the merger, Air India will become India's largest airline behind IndiGo. The company is also planning to merge other

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First Published: Sep 23 2022 | 11:20 AM IST

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