The debut of Vistara’s flight operations between Mumbai and Mauritius, beginning on March 26, has been announced. According to PTI, Mauritius is the 12th foreign location that Vistara connects with Mumbai.
According to Vistara, these flights will operate five days a week and be served by a long-range A321 aircraft, which the airline just added to its fleet. The aircraft will be configured with business, premium economy, and economy class seating.
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chief executive of Vistara, Vinod Kannan
The chief executive of Vistara, Vinod Kannan, declared: “Vistara announces the inclusion of Mauritius to its continuously growing worldwide network. In addition to being a well-liked tourist destination, Mauritius is a significant business center and the location of numerous international financial institutions.
Additionally, the Vistara airline had earlier in January declared it would begin daily direct flights between Mumbai and Dammam on March 1. In order to provide the services on this route, A320 Neo aircraft would be used.
The airline also said in a statement that, beginning on March 1, daily service between Mumbai and Colombo would be resumed after an almost three-year break.
By the middle of 2024, the airline should have 70 aircraft in total, according to Kannan, who anticipates that it will continue to grow.
The business recently declared that it has been the first airline to add the Airbus A321LR to its fleet on February 6. The airline had stated that the Airbus A321LR would provide a wide range of opportunities as it focused on growing its global network.
The airline stated that the A321LR aircraft has a total of 188 seats, with 12 in business, 24 in premium economy, and 152 in economy class. The airline added that each seat features a 4-way adjustable headrest, in-seat power/USB charging points, an in-flight entertainment system, and onboard Wi-Fi.
The Tata Group purchased Air India in January of last year, and Vistara, which is operated by Singapore Airlines and Tata, is currently combining with it.
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