Air India - Can Tatas Make The Elephant Dance? ICICI Securities' Take
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ICICI Securities Report
Tata Sons has emerged as the winner of Air India with winning enterprise value bid of Rs 180 billion, split between Rs 27 billion equity and Rs 153 billion debt.
Tatas will now own complete commercial operations of Air India and Air India Express along with 50% stake in the ground handling company Air India SATS Airport Services Private Ltd.
This makes Tata the owner of three airline operations namely (100% of Air India, 84% of Air Asia India and 51% of Vistara).
These three combined entities will now own 26% number of passenger market share in domestic segment as per FY22-to-date statistics.
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