DELHI- Vistara (UK), the prestigious full-service airline of India, which operates as a joint venture between the Tata Group and Singapore Airlines (SQ), has announced its daily non-stop flights connecting Delhi (DEL) and Bali (DPS), commencing on December 1, 2023.
With this, Vistara emerges as the sole airline providing direct connectivity between these two cities. Vistara is set to deploy its A321LR aircraft, configured with three travel classes, enabling passengers to choose between Business, Premium Economy, or Economy cabins for their journey.
Vistara Delhi to Bali Flights
The airline has initiated a gradual release of bookings for these flights across all booking platforms, including the Vistara website, mobile app, and travel agencies.
Bali has gained immense popularity as a holiday destination among Indians due to its accessibility, close proximity, and the convenience of obtaining a visa on arrival.
Mr. Vinod Kannan, the Chief Executive Officer of Vistara, commented on the launch of this new destination, saying, “India ranks as the second-largest source of foreign tourists to Bali, and Bali continues to be a favored vacation spot for Indians, thanks to its hassle-free visa-on-arrival service. In addition to its leisure travel popularity, Bali attracts business travelers and hosts MICE events.”
As India’s second-largest trading partner in the ASEAN region, Indonesia holds significant potential for business travel. We are delighted to offer the exclusive direct connection between Delhi and Bali. We believe travelers will appreciate flying with India’s premier full-service airline on this route.”
Vistara will welcome all eligible passengers who meet the visa and entry requirements set by the respective government authorities in both nations.
Vistara advises its customers to diligently review and comprehend these regulations before finalizing their travel reservations.
New Singapore Flight
Starting from October 29, 2023, the airline will maintain its 7th weekly service from both Delhi and Mumbai, utilizing Airbus A321 aircraft.
It’s worth noting that the airline had previously planned service reductions to 6 weekly flights as of September 2023.
Delhi – Singapore
- UK115 DEL: Departs at 23:45 and arrives at 08:10+1 in SIN, operated by an Airbus A321.
- UK116 SIN: Departs at 09:30 and arrives at 12:55 in DEL, also operated by an Airbus A321.
Mumbai – Singapore
- UK105 BOM: Departs at 00:55 and arrives at 09:15 in SIN, operated by an Airbus A321.
- UK106 SIN: Departs at 10:30 and arrives at 13:55 in BOM, again operated by an Airbus A321.
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