Indian pilots from Vistara flying for Singapore Airlines


Since January, Indian full-service carrier, Vistara, has been progressively sending its pilots to fly with Singapore Airlines (SIA) and its budget subsidiary, Scoot.

This arrangement, which was first announced internally to the pilots in August last year, is aimed at giving identified young pilots, mostly first officers, the opportunity to gain international as well as operational experience on the long-haul wide-bodied Boeing 787 Dreamliner which Vistara will start taking delivery of next year.

Vistara currently operates domestic routes to over 20 cities using a fleet of the short-medium range single-aisle Airbus A320. Read More

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