Vistara to start Mumbai-Bangkok flights from August 5
Vistara announced that it will start operating flights on the Mumbai-Bangkok route from August 5.
The flights on the Mumbai-Bangkok route will be operated five days a week, using the A320neo aircraft, according to a statement issued by the airline.Vistara currently operates a daily flight on the Delhi-Bangkok route, the statement said.
Commenting on this, Vinod Kannan, Chief Executive Officer, Vistara, said, “Thailand remains one of the most preferred tourist destinations for Indians and we are excited to commence flights between Mumbai and Bangkok, in addition to the existing daily connectivity to the city from Delhi. There is huge potential for a full-service carrier like Vistara on this route, and we are confident that travellers will thoroughly appreciate our world-class product and services along with easy and direct access to their favourite destination.”
Vistara — a 51:49 joint venture between Tata Sons and Singapore Airlines — has 53 aircraft in its fleet.