Vistara’s seat details and in-flight dining revealed

While we did not have any information about Vistara till last night, the details have now started to roll in. For those of you who have not read this post about the initial details, do that now.

Now, while there are no pictures of the seats, the description gives away enough:

Business Class:

  • 42 inches seat pitch and 7 inches seat recline
  • extendable leg rest, foot rest, and height-adjustable headrest with wings​
  • soft and cuddly cushion on every seat to provide additional back support
  • personal storage space at the side of the seat, for small items such as glasses, a tablet, etc.

Premium Economy:

  • 33 to 36 inches seat pitch
  • 4.5 inches seat recline (except for the row with 36 inches seat pitch)
  • specially designed seat with improved seat-bottom and seatback cushion
  • height adjustable winged headrests with longer armrest and larger tray table
  • improved seat bottom cushion for support
  • personal coat hook


  • 30 inches seat pitch with 18.1 inch seat-width
  • 3.5 inches seat recline with longer armrests, winged headrests and larger tray table
  • improved seat bottom cushion for support
  • personal coat hook

And yes, all classes will be served meals, which is confirmed!

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  1. On another note, 30″ pitch in economy is shabby for a Full Service Carrier to be honest, almost Indigo-ish.
    AI’s Y pitch is considerably roomier, typically 32″.

    Continuing the discussion, Indigo places 30 rows in an A320, making 180 pax each. A simple calculation shows Vistara to have 16 Y rows, 6 W rows and 4 J rows = Total 26 rows. Only 4 less than Indigo.
    So when you take into account that J & W are eating much more seat pitch, the Y rows are the ones to take a hit.

  2. Have they updated any seat maps yet? I booked the ticket through their own website and they had an option for choosing seats at the time of booking, but that feature didn’t work no matter how many times I refreshed.

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