Indian premium airline Vistara is getting an infusion of Rs 465 crore (~USD $63.45 million) from its owners.

According to reports from The Economic Times (India) and Moneycontrol (India),  the additional funds will come from the airline's joint venture partners – Indian based Tata Sons and the Singapore Airlines Group – .......

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