Vistara and SpiceJet have been approved for repatriation flights to be operating from India to London Heathrow and also provided the slots to start flights in the coming days.
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The Government of India will keep a tab on fares for flying inside India (both on the lower and higher end) till November 2020 for now. Not just that, there are also curbs on the number of flights which will be operational till November 2020.
Vistara has received today it’s first A321neo aircraft, one it intends to use on medium-haul international operations. Hence, the aircraft is equipped with lie-flat seats, big monitors, and even wi-fi. Pictures and details inside.
Domestic passenger flights will restart on May 25, 2020. Bookings for these flights are now open. Here is how to book these tickets and how much would they cost.
The new SOP for air travel has been notified, which will allow for travel by planes across India on May 25, 2020, and onwards. Here is how much things have changed for the next time you will get on board an aircraft.
Vistara has notified new service guidelines for whenever they will be able to take flight again. No reading materials, truncated meal service and less interaction with the crew are some of these new (temporary) guidelines.
Air Vistara and OptionTown have been together offering ancillary services on the airline for a few years now. However, Vistara has now discontinued the contract and OptionTown won’t be an option any longer.
Vistara has paused the issuance of free tickets to its co-brand cardholders due to the CoronaVirus pandemic.
A new Club Vistara Update has been rolled out to members, which accounts for the CoronaVirus related grounding. The airline will reinstate expired points and vouchers for four months, and also give SOME leeway on status, but not much.
Aditya Ghosh, Sanjiv Kapoor and Rahul Taneja, on one panel. For a fun conversation which covered some of their challenges at their airlines and how things are working out for them after their aviation stints.
In spite of strict instructions from the government that no airline should accept bookings till further notice, airlines operating in India continue to accept bookings for the days ahead. Here is a list of the airlines complying with the rules and the ones which are not (which is most of them)