Vistara fleet expands to more than 50 aircraft

Vistara fleet expands to more than 50 aircraft Indian carrier Vistara confirmed that with the addition of 12 aircraft during the past 21 months, the airline’s fleet has now crossed 50 aircraft. Vistara, which is a joint venture between Tata Group and south-east Asian carrier Singapore Airlines, has flown 30 million passengers since its launch on January 9, 2015 in both domestic and overseas markets, the airline said in a statement. Vistara began international flights in August 2019. Vistara fleet comprises Airbus A320, A320neo, A321neo, Boeing 737 and B787 planes. Vistara has also grown its global network to include seven new destinations across Asia, Europe, and the Middle

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