Vistara’s international expansion finally takes off: What to expect on board?

Earlier this week, Vistara, the airline co-founded by the Tata Group and Singapore Airlines, announced its first international flight. It is headed to Singapore next month, launching its first two daily international flights from Delhi and Mumbai to the home of its parent, Singapore Airlines.

With the closure of Jet Airways, the country has been wondering who would take its space in the international airspace, which has largely seen its no-frills airlines such as IndiGo and SpiceJet spread their wings over the months into all sorts of regional routes, going to places such as Dubai and Singapore and Bangkok.

Apart from Air India, there has been no other full-service carrier out of India for the moment, and on long-haul flights, there is a clear market for more than one full-service airline to come into the market Read More

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