DELHI- Vistara (UK) plans to introduce several new International routes in the upcoming quarter as it nears the conclusion of its tenure as an independent Indian carrier.
During an event marking the inauguration of Vistara’s daily Delhi-Hong Kong service on Monday, Kannan made the announcement. He shared that the full-service airline’s main purpose for these newly-ordered aircraft is to enhance its international routes.
Vistara Plans 40% International Flights
The airline has previously declared its intentions to initiate flights from Delhi (DEL) to Bali and from Mumbai (BOM) to Frankfurt (FRA). Kannan mentioned that the airline is also considering the potential addition of a route to Paris from the Indian financial hub.
Once granted the merger approvals, Vistara will improve its flight schedules and make updates to various elements, such as uniforms, aircraft livery, and airport signage.
Vistara Future Goals
Vinod Kannan states, “We are committed to further international expansion, and we anticipate a sustained increase in demand. In the first quarter of the upcoming year, we have plans to introduce two or three additional new routes.”
According to Kannan, Vistara aims for international flights to make up 40 percent of its operations by the end of the fiscal year.
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