Air Vistara’s 62 more flights get operational connecting domestic cities
Air Vistara has added 62 new flights connecting Mumbai and Delhi with other cities across the country early this month. The flights will be operational from June 18, informed a spokesperson of the Indian domestic carrier based in Gurgaon.
Air Vistara is a joint venture between Tata Sons Limited and Singapore Airlines Limited (SIA). The airline released a statement saying, “The new flights represent 50 per cent increase in the size of the airline’s network with 170 flights a day across 24 destinations operated by a fleet of 23 Airbus A320 and six Boeing 737-800NG aircraft.”
The chief strategy and commercial officer of Air Vistara said, “Our frequent fliers have often expressed their wish to see Vistara add more flights and frequencies from Mumbai and Delhi to key destinations and we are happy that we are now able to announce these new flights and additional frequencies.”
The Boeing will operate in a two-class configuration of 180 seats on select routes only for which the demand for premium cabins is lower.