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Tata group to merge Vistara with Air India

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Tata group to merge Vistara with Air India

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New Delhi, November 29

The Tata group on Tuesday announced the merger of its two airlines Vistara and Air India. The group owns a 51 per cent stake in Vistara and the rest is with Singapore Airlines (SIA).

Formalities with regard to the merger are expected to be completed by March 2024.

“Vistara shall be merged with Air India post receipt of requisite approvals. As part of the merger transaction, the SIA shall also invest Rs 2,059 crore in Air India. Post the consolidation, the SIA shall hold 25.1 per cent stake in Air India. The transaction is estimated to be completed by March 2024,” the Tata group said in a statement.

The Tata group also owns Air India Express and Air Asia India, both of which will be merged under the Air India brand, too, by 2024. Post consolidation, the fleet size of Air India will rise to 218.

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