Vistara to Take on Gulf Carriers
Within weeks of India easing aviation rules, Singapore Airlines Ltd.’s local venture is charting a course to take on carriers from the Middle East. It’s counting on a surge in international traffic from the world’s fastest growing major air-travel market. Vistara, in which the city-state’s flag carrier owns 49 percent, is considering buying or leasing wide bodied aircraft for long-haul routes and will seek funds from its owners to finance the purchase, the company’s Chief Executive Officer Phee Teik Yeoh said in an interview June 24. Martin Consulting Founder & CEO Mark Martin discusses with Bloomberg's Rishaad Salamat and Youset Gamal El-Din on "Bloomberg Markets Middle East."
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