Singapore Airlines' joint venture gets nod to start full service airline in India
Published on Apr 4, 2014 9:08 PM
Singapore Airlines said its joint venture, Tata SIA Airlines, has received the go-ahead to start a full service airline.
It received today a "no objection certificate" from India's Ministry of Civil Aviation.
The Singapore carrier had earlier received the official go-ahead from India's Foreign Investment Promotion Board to set up a joint-venture airline in the country together with Tata Sons.
Tata SIA will now proceed to apply for the air operator's permit from India's directorate general of civil aviation.
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