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For NOC, Tata-SIA applies to civil aviation ministry

For NOC, Tata-SIA applies to civil aviation ministryThe duo, Tata Sons and Singapore Airlines have applied to the civil aviation ministry for a no-objection certificate (NOC) to start a full-service airline in India. They had earlier got an approval from the Foreign Investment Promotion Board (FIPB) to set up Tata-SIA Airlines.

After Videocon now Tata Sons pull out of banking licence race

After Videocon now Tata Sons pull out of banking licence raceTata Sons, led by Cyrus Mistry, has preferred to opt out of the banking licence race when barely two months are left before the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) issues new bank licences.

A statement from the company said that after prolonged deliberations and detailed analysis, Tata Sons has therefore decided to withdraw its application dated July 1, 2013, from the current round of licensing.

Singapore Airlines and Tata Sons to Launch Airline in India

Singapore Airlines Tata Sons JVSingapore Airlines and Tata Sons have submitted proposal with Foreign Investment Promotion Board to start new airline in India. The Tata Group-Singapore International Airlines joint venture will start full service airline in India. Tata Sons already has planned to launch low-cost airline in India in joint venture with Air Asia.

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