Tata Group Announcement : Merger of Air India and Vistara by March 2024

Mumbai (Maharashtra) : The Tata Group on Tuesday announced the merger of its 2 airlines Vistara as well as Air India. With this combination, Air India will certainly be India’s leading residential as well as global service provider with a consolidated fleet of 218 aircraft, making it India’s largest worldwide carrier and also second-largest domestic carrier.

Vistara shall be merged with Air India post-receipt of requisite authorizations. As part of the merger transaction, SIA shall likewise invest Rs 2,059 crore in Air India. Post the debt consolidation, SIA shall hold 25.1 per cent shareholding in Air India. The purchase is approximated to be completed by March 2024.
Air India, an airline company fully-owned by Tata Sons, has been the flag service provider of India. Tata Sons, via its fully-owned subsidiary Talace Private Limited or Talace, had acquired 100 per cent stake in Air India on January 27, 2022.

Vistara, a 51:49 joint venture between Tata Sons and Singapore Airlines Limited (SIA), had actually been established in 2013 as well as is India’s leading full-service provider with global procedures in Center East, Asia as well as Europe.

On this event, N Chandrasekaran, Chairman, Tata Sons, stated: “The merging of Vistara and also Air India is a vital landmark in our journey to make Air India a genuinely world-class airline company. We are changing Air India, with the purpose of supplying fantastic customer experience, each time, for every single customer. As part of the change, Air India is concentrating on expanding both its network as well as fleet, overhauling its consumer suggestion, boosting safety, reliability, and on-time efficiency.”

The Chairman included, “We are thrilled with the opportunity of developing a strong Air India which would certainly offer both full-service as well as inexpensive service throughout domestic and global routes. We would love to give thanks to Singapore Airlines for their proceeded collaboration.”

Goh Choon Phong, Chief Executive Officer, Singapore Airlines, claimed: “Tata Sons is among the most recognized and respected names in India. Our partnership to establish Vistara in 2013 resulted in a market-leading full-service provider, which has won numerous international distinctions quickly.”

” With this merger, we have a chance to deepen our partnership with Tata as well as get involved straight in an amazing new growth stage in India’s air travel market. We will work together to sustain Air India’s transformation program, unlock its considerable capacity, as well as recover it to its setting as a leading airline on the worldwide phase,” the CEO said.

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