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SIA's Indian JV finally takes flight

Premium carrier Vistara, backed by Tata, operates inaugural flight from Delhi to Mumbai

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THREE CLASSES: Operating 148-seater Airbus A320-200 aircraft, Vistara offers 16 Business, 36 Premium Economy and 96 Economy seats

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AFTER two decades of trying to break into the Indian market, Singapore Airlines' (SIA) joint venture Vistara took to the skies on Friday with its inaugural flight from Delhi to Mumbai.

Vistara is also backed by Tata Sons, which owns a majority 51 per cent stake while SIA

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