NITN | @notintownlive | 02 Aug 2019
New Delhi: Vistara, India’s full-service carrier and a joint venture of Tata Sons and Singapore Airlines, will be operating daily direct flights to Dubai from Mumbai from August 21 this year.
The introductory all-inclusive return fares for Mumbai-Dubai-Mumbai has been kept Rs. 17,820 and for Dubai-Mumbai-Dubai start at AED 765.
The passengers will be flying to Dubai in our Airbus A320neo aircraft with three-class cabin configuration consisting of Business Class, Premium Economy and Economy Class.
Vistara will also offer complimentary inflight entertainment streaming service when flying.
In its announcement, Vistara said, "As the highest-rated Indian airline on Skytrax and TripAdvisor, and winner of several ‘Best Airline’ awards, we have consistently raised the bar for operations and service delivery in the Indian aviation industry in a short span of time. We aim to take our India success story to global markets, building on the unique attributes and by continuing to innovate and embed thoughtfulness in service delivery."
Bookings for flights to Dubai are now being opened on all channels, including www.airvistara.com, Vistara’s iOS and Android mobile apps, and through Online Travel Agencies (OTAs) and travel agents.
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