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Vistara goes to Singapore

Full-service carrier – Vistara, a joint venture of Tata Sons and Singapore Airlines, has now arrived on the global map with flights to Singapore from Delhi and Mumbai starting August 6 and 7, 2019, respectively.

Vistara will operate two daily flights to Singapore, one each from Delhi and Mumbai. Passengers can also take convenient one-stop connections to and from several other Indian cities beyond Delhi and Mumbai. The airline will soon expand its international network further to other destinations.

Leslie Thng, Chief Executive Officer, Vistara, said, “We’re excited to start with Singapore as our first international destination, which we see as a very important market, given the opportunities it presents for corporate, business as well as leisure travel. We thank our customers, partners and all other stakeholders for their support that makes Vistara what it is today. We are grateful to the concerned authorities in India and Singapore for their support.”

The airline views Singapore as a key addition to its network, as demand for travel to and from the country continues to increase, complementing the rising trade, business and tourism.

Vistara adds 62 new flights, announces 48-hour sale

Increasing its flight network by more than 50%, Vistara announced that it has added 62 new flights – connecting Mumbai and Delhi with other cities across the country – from the beginning of this month. All 62 new flights are operational as of June 18, said Vistara spokesperson.

It also announced a 48-hour ‘Grand Vistara Monsoon sale’, which will start from 0001 hrs of June 18 and end at 2359 hrs of June 19. During the sale period, the passengers would be able to purchase tickets for travel between July 3 and September 26, the airline said.

With the addition of 62 new flights, Vistara will now operate direct flights from Mumbai to 10 cities, adding Ahmedabad, Chandigarh, Chennai and Varanasi to the six other cities it already flies to from India’s commercial capital. The six cities are Amritsar, Bengaluru, Delhi, Goa, Hyderabad and Kolkata.

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