The Vistara Retrojet: Travel back to the golden era of flying


There’s a reason they say old is gold. A “retro-innovation” trend is fast emerging, with the launch of new products and services to connect us with the past. One such trend is painting aircraft in vintage or “retro” liveries (color schemes) from time to time. Globally, this trend is very popular among airlines that boast a rich history and legacy.

Vistara, a joint venture between Tata Sons and Singapore Airlines, is setting a new standard on this front. As the inheritor of two powerhouses, this airline has India’s most storied aviation legacy to live up to. The recent launch India’s first and only Retrojet by Vistara was well received by aviation watchers and fans, popularly known as avegeeks.

The Vistara Retrojet is a one-of-a-kind retro livery aircraft that celebrates 150 years of Tata Sons and pays homage to the Father of Indian Aviation, Shri J.R.D. Tata. Read More

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