Aviation

Vistara poaches key men from IndiGo, JetLite

MUMBAI

Vistara, the Tata-Singapore Airlines joint venture, which is awaiting flying permit from the aviation regulator DGCA, has inducted a senior pilot from IndiGo to head its safety team, according to sources.

Besides, the carrier has also picked up JetLite quality manager Deepak Joshi to be a part of its safety wing, sources familiar with the development told PTI.

Vistara, in which Tata Sons has 51 per cent stake with the rest being held by Singapore Airlines, is likely to take off next month subject to issuance of the air operator permit (AOP) by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA).

Full report here Business Standard

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