The Indian FSC Vistara (UK) has taken the delivery of another Airbus A320neo. Furthermore, with the help of this, the aircraft will help it strengthen its Asian routes.
Tata SIA joint ventured carrier now has a fleet of 59 aircraft, including 45 Airbus A320neo. Furthermore, they earlier operated the fleet of Airbus A320-200 aircraft. Subsequently, the Indian carrier also has 8 A321neo, a single Boeing 737, and 4 Boeing 787 Dreamliners.
Vistara adds A320neo
According to the flight tracking site Flight Radar 24, the aircraft has the registration VT-TQQ. Furthermore, it took off from Toulouse (TLS) at 3:09 PM on 21st April 2023. It landed at Delhi Int’l Airport (DEL) late at 3:03 AM IST.
The 10 years old carrier has also recently taken the delivery of the fourth Boeing 787 Dreamliner. Subsequently, it recently commenced its first revenue flight from Delhi (DEL) to Bengaluru (BLR).
The airline received its first A320neo in May 2017 and is still in operation. Furthermore, the aircraft has the registration VT-TNB with the special #NotJustAnotherNeo livery.
According to Planespotters.net, the airline has an average fleet age of 2.7 years, one of the youngest among other Indian carriers.
The airline will also take the delivery of three more Boeing 787 Dreamliners in late 2023 and early 2024. Furthermore, Vistara will also take the delivery of 2 Airbus A321neo.
Avolon, a global provider of aircraft leasing solutions, has recently declared that it has fulfilled the transportation of 15 A320neo aircraft to Vistara (UK).
The Vistara is an Indian FSC and JV between Singapore Airlines and Tata Group. UK will soon merge with Air India (AI). Furthermore, the management team of Vistara reflects the parent companies’ expertise with professionals from Tata Sons and Singapore Airlines.
The airline operates more than 260 flights daily. Subsequently, it has served over 45 million satisfied passengers since it began its operations.
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