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'Tata Airlines' - 9 News Result(s)

  • Tatas Better Candidate If Air India Is Privatised, Says Sunil Mittal

    Tatas Better Candidate If Air India Is Privatised, Says Sunil Mittal

    Sunil Mittal's response came when asked about reports that Air India might be sold off and that Tatas are interested in buying stake in the airline.

  • In Tatas' Air Asia, Fraud And Attempted Cover-Up, Suggests Cyrus Mistry

    In Tatas' Air Asia, Fraud And Attempted Cover-Up, Suggests Cyrus Mistry

    In his detailed takedown of Ratan Tata in an email sent to the board of Tata Sons, sacked chairman Cyrus Mistry highlights ethical and financial concerns in the airlines that are partly owned by India's largest conglomerate.

  • Tata Airlines Reborn as Vistara Takes to Skies

    Tata Airlines Reborn as Vistara Takes to Skies

    India's newest airline Vistara took to the skies on Friday, marking the return of the Tata Group into the aviation business after six decades. Vistara is now the third full-service carrier in the country, after state-run Air India and private carrier Jet Airways. The inaugural flight took off from Delhi's T3 Terminal for Mumbai.

  • Vistara's First Aircraft Lands in Delhi, to Undergo Checks

    Vistara's First Aircraft Lands in Delhi, to Undergo Checks

    Tata-SIA joint airline venture Vistaras first Airbus A-320 aircraft, painted with its logo and livery, landed at the IGI Airport here on Wednesday, taking the carrier a step closer to its launch.

  • AirAsia India Tickets on Sale From Today

    AirAsia India Tickets on Sale From Today

    The carrier this month won court approval to operate in India after delays because of domestic airlines' opposition.

  • Tata, Singapore Airlines incorporate airline venture

    Tata, Singapore Airlines incorporate airline venture

    Gearing up to launch a full-service airline on domestic and international routes, salt-to-software conglomerate Tata group has incorporated its proposed aviation venture, Tata SIA Airlines Ltd, as a public limited company with the filing of all requisite documents and details with the Corporate Affairs Ministry.

  • Tata, Singapore Airlines get government approval for airline venture's name

    Tata, Singapore Airlines get government approval for airline venture's name

    The proposed aviation venture between the Tata Group and Singapore Airlines has received approval from the Corporate Affairs Ministry to use the name 'Tata SIA Airlines Limited'. According to the latest information available with the ministry, the name has been approved now and the company, Tata SIA Airlines Limited, stands registered from Delhi.

  • Tatas' airline proposal likely to be taken up by FIPB on October 18: report

    Tatas' airline proposal likely to be taken up by FIPB on October 18: report

    Tatas and SIA, which are together attempting an aviation venture for the third time, are also understood to have said that the joint venture would create significant job opportunities in India.

  • Ratan Tata: Refused to pay a bribe to set up an airline

    Ratan Tata: Refused to pay a bribe to set up an airline

    After his remarks sparked a massive controversy, Ratan Tata has clarified that he has not suggested that a minister demanded a 15-crore bribe from him when he wanted to launch a domestic airline.In the late 1990s, Tata, who heads the Tata Group currently, tried to launch an airline in partnership with Singapore Airlines but said, "We went through t...

'Tata Airlines' - 9 News Result(s)

  • Tatas Better Candidate If Air India Is Privatised, Says Sunil Mittal

    Tatas Better Candidate If Air India Is Privatised, Says Sunil Mittal

    Sunil Mittal's response came when asked about reports that Air India might be sold off and that Tatas are interested in buying stake in the airline.

  • In Tatas' Air Asia, Fraud And Attempted Cover-Up, Suggests Cyrus Mistry

    In Tatas' Air Asia, Fraud And Attempted Cover-Up, Suggests Cyrus Mistry

    In his detailed takedown of Ratan Tata in an email sent to the board of Tata Sons, sacked chairman Cyrus Mistry highlights ethical and financial concerns in the airlines that are partly owned by India's largest conglomerate.

  • Tata Airlines Reborn as Vistara Takes to Skies

    Tata Airlines Reborn as Vistara Takes to Skies

    India's newest airline Vistara took to the skies on Friday, marking the return of the Tata Group into the aviation business after six decades. Vistara is now the third full-service carrier in the country, after state-run Air India and private carrier Jet Airways. The inaugural flight took off from Delhi's T3 Terminal for Mumbai.

  • Vistara's First Aircraft Lands in Delhi, to Undergo Checks

    Vistara's First Aircraft Lands in Delhi, to Undergo Checks

    Tata-SIA joint airline venture Vistaras first Airbus A-320 aircraft, painted with its logo and livery, landed at the IGI Airport here on Wednesday, taking the carrier a step closer to its launch.

  • AirAsia India Tickets on Sale From Today

    AirAsia India Tickets on Sale From Today

    The carrier this month won court approval to operate in India after delays because of domestic airlines' opposition.

  • Tata, Singapore Airlines incorporate airline venture

    Tata, Singapore Airlines incorporate airline venture

    Gearing up to launch a full-service airline on domestic and international routes, salt-to-software conglomerate Tata group has incorporated its proposed aviation venture, Tata SIA Airlines Ltd, as a public limited company with the filing of all requisite documents and details with the Corporate Affairs Ministry.

  • Tata, Singapore Airlines get government approval for airline venture's name

    Tata, Singapore Airlines get government approval for airline venture's name

    The proposed aviation venture between the Tata Group and Singapore Airlines has received approval from the Corporate Affairs Ministry to use the name 'Tata SIA Airlines Limited'. According to the latest information available with the ministry, the name has been approved now and the company, Tata SIA Airlines Limited, stands registered from Delhi.

  • Tatas' airline proposal likely to be taken up by FIPB on October 18: report

    Tatas' airline proposal likely to be taken up by FIPB on October 18: report

    Tatas and SIA, which are together attempting an aviation venture for the third time, are also understood to have said that the joint venture would create significant job opportunities in India.

  • Ratan Tata: Refused to pay a bribe to set up an airline

    Ratan Tata: Refused to pay a bribe to set up an airline

    After his remarks sparked a massive controversy, Ratan Tata has clarified that he has not suggested that a minister demanded a 15-crore bribe from him when he wanted to launch a domestic airline.In the late 1990s, Tata, who heads the Tata Group currently, tried to launch an airline in partnership with Singapore Airlines but said, "We went through t...

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