Vistara airlines plans to augment its fleet

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Vistara Airlines has plans to augment its fleet and it plans to add one aircraft a month to take the total number of aircraft it has from 51 to 70 by December 2023.

Talking to The Hindu – Deepak Rajawat – Chief Commercial Officer said that Vistara has 51 aircraft at present and of which two are wide bodied aircraft. The present plan is to augment the fleet strength to 70 by December 2023. He was talking to The Hindu in connection with the launch of direct daily flight between New Delhi and Coimbatore.

Currently, Vistara is operating services to 31 domestic destinations. The airline will launch Mumbai-Coimbatore and Bengaluru–Coimbatore (twice daily) services on May 27 and June 3 respectively. On the International sector, Vistara at present has services to London, Paris and Frankfurt in Europe and in addition it has services to Singapore, Dubai, Bangkok, Dhaka and Kathmandu and is about to launch its services to Maldives as well.

Vistara pins hopes on Coimbatore sector because the city hosts a large number of textile and other allied industries and infrastructure projects that are coming up. This is basically the reason why Vistara has chosen to launch services from New Delhi, Mumbai and Bengaluru to Coimbatore, Mr. Deepak Rajawat said. Postpandemic, the market is looking up with business travel and people taking up their holiday plans, he said.

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