Thursday, March 10, 2016

Vistara Slashes Business Class Fares Amid Low Demand

Full service carrier Vistara has lowered its business class fares by up to 30 per cent on select routes for a limited period amid low demand.

The reduction in fares comes close on the heels of the Tata-SIA joint venture airline announcing slashing of the business class seats in aircraft by half and by one-thirds in the premium economy from next month.

Vistara, which started operations in January 2015, is the only domestic carrier which offers three cabin classes on its aircraft -- business, premium economy and economy.

The discounted fares are exclusive of fees and taxes and available for booking and travel only up to April 15, it said. The airline currently operates 317 flights a week to 12 domestic destinations, which will be scaled up to 400 flights per week during the summer schedule, which will come into effect later this month.
09/03/16 PTI/NDTV
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