Just weeks after Vistara began operations, the India-based carrier has revealed that it will soon double its operations from February.
The Singapore Airlines and Tata Sons joint venture airline currently flies between Delhi–Mumbai, Delhi–Ahmedabad and Mumbai–Ahmedabad. While more routes will be unveiled throughout the year (see here), it appears that for now the airline is simply looking to expand the frequency of its existing flights.
According to airlineroute.net, the following changes are set to take effect from February 16, 2015.
Delhi–Ahmedabad: Increase from six to 13 flights weekly
Delhi–Mumbai: Increase from thrice-daily flights (with a fourth on Sunday) to five-times daily
Mumbai–Ahmedabad: Increase from seven to 13 flights weekly
All flights will continue to be served by the carrier's A320 aircraft.
Vistara competes with fellow Indian carriers, Air India and Jet Airways. The carrier offers a three-class cabin layout, with business class offering a 42-inch seat pitch and seven inches of recline; premium economy that comes with a 33 to 36 inch pitch and a 4.5-inch recline; and economy with a 30-inch pitch and 3.5 inches of recline.Click here to learn more about Vistara’s business and service models.
For more information, visit airvistara.com