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SIA's India unit to take on Gulf carriers

Vistara to buy or lease more aircraft so as to fly abroad under new policy

Vistara is drawing up a 10-year plan for its growth in India, says Mr Yeoh, and is counting on a surge in international traffic.

The size of the Indian market and its potential growth may offer room for more operators.

New Delhi

WITHIN weeks of India easing aviation rules, Singapore Airlines Ltd's (SIA) local venture is charting a course to take on carriers from the Middle East. It is counting on a surge in international traffic from the world's fastest growing major air travel market.


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