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Vistara opens fly thrice a week between Delhi-London

Vistara opens fly thrice a week between Delhi-London 

Vistara opens fly thrice a week between Delhi-London. The wait is over, Vistara finally ventures in long haul international operations with its thrice weekly flights from Delhi to London Heathrow from August 28 to September 30, 2020. The operation of flight is being started under the air bubble pact between India and the United Kingdom. The Tata Group Singapore Airlines JV will also operate special flights to Paris and Frankfurt under the air bubble bilateral treaty with France and Germany.

The flights will be operating on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays and the one way fares from Delhi to London in Economy Class is INR 29,912, in Premium Economy, and INR 77,373 in Business Class. The ticket for the route is opened on all channel including the official website of Vistara, mobile app, and also through us. Write to us or contact us, your trusted travel partner.

Vistara opens fly thrice a week between Delhi-London on its Brand-new Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner aircraft which will be deployed on the route, and will offer a non-stop flying experience. The airline has strengthened its fleet with its second Dreamliner aircraft received recently. The airline is all set to operate on more such long-haul destinations, which will also enable the airline to expand its international operations. An inherent need for an Indian carrier flying on long-haul routes offering a world-class service, modern fleet with superlative cabin products was felt.

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