Vistara Accelerates Operations and Announces Connectivity Between Pune and Singapore

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Vistara The airline announced on Friday the addition of a new route to its international network with four weekly flights between Pune and Singaporefrom December.



The airline will operate its state-of-the-art A321neo aircraft with a three-class configuration on the route, while strengthening its existing connectivity between India and the “City of the Lion”. The airline also recently announced that it will operate daily flights between Mumbai and Kathmandu from November 15, allowing convenient connections to popular international destinations like Dubai, Jeddah, Abu Dhabi and more.

Vinod Kannan, Managing Director of Vistara, said: “We are very pleased to be able to launch the long-awaited service between Pune and Singapore. Singapore is a key market for business and leisure travel from various points in India and we are pleased that the new route will provide improved connectivity for our customers.

“We are also delighted to introduce another international route between Mumbai and Kathmandu, providing customers with the opportunity to enjoy seamless connections beyond Mumbai on our domestic and international network. We continue to densify our network for the convenience of our customers and offer them the experience of flying with India’s best airline.”

TATA AIS Airlines Limited, known under the brand name Vistara, is a 51/49 joint venture between Tata Sons Private Limited and Singapore Airlines Limited (SIA). Vistara commenced commercial operations on January 9, 2015, with the aim of setting new standards in the aviation industry in India and currently connects destinations across India and overseas. The airline has a fleet of 53 aircraft, including 41 Airbus A320s, five Airbus A321neos, five Boeing 737-800NG and two Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners and has carried more than 35 million customers since the start of operations.

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