Vistara goes international as original global carriers Jet Airways, Air India run into turbulence


Amid Jet Airways grounding and talks of Air India divestment, the Tata-Singapore Airlines joint venture Vistara has gone international with its first flight bound to Singapore, Vistara announced in a statement.

On the other hand, the original largest international players from India, Jet Airways and Air India, have been facing rough weather. Naresh Goyal-founded Jet Airways is now grounded following failure to pay dues, while Air India’s mounting debt takes a toll on regular operations. Domestic players IndiGo, SpiceJet and Vistara have gained ground, benefitting from the void created by Jet Airways and Air India.

In fact, post Jet Airways grounding, SpiceJet, IndiGo and others have launched a multitude of international flights; Vistara is following the suit. It has also announced that the airline will expand its international destinations further. Read More

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