Not In Town | @notintownlive | 06 Aug 2019
New Delhi: Vistara on Tuesday announced it will start operating daily direct flights from Delhi to Bangkok from August 27.
The return fares are starting at Rs. 16,936.
In a statement, Vistara said, "We continue our journey to expand our international network further and inspire travellers from across India to explore more of the world, while providing our overseas customers the finest way to experience India.
We are excited to spread the new feeling in the city of Bangkok! Starting 27th August 2019, Vistara will be operating daily direct flights to Bangkok from Delhi. The introductory all-inclusive return fares for Delhi-Bangkok-Delhi start at INR 16,936 and Bangkok-Delhi-Bangkok start at THB 8,686. When flying with us, one can experience Tata’s and SIA’s legendary hospitality and renowned service that aims at creating memorable and personalised flying experiences for our customers!"
Bookings for flights to Bangkok have started 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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